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Sunday’s national forecast

Southwestern areas of both islands are in for a gloomy and perhaps wet start to Sunday – while those in the east should see a fairly good day.  Wettest will be the West Coast, driest will be the east and far north.

Upper North Island

Starts out OK but clouds build along with sou’westers and then showers.  Eastern areas, like the Bay of Islands and Bay of Plenty look set to be sunniest .
HIGHS: 21-24

Lower North Island

A rainy or showery morning for a number of these regions, improving later this morning and into the afternoon with winds from the south or south west, 
HIGHS: 18-21

Upper South Island

Could be an early shower in the north otherwise improving – however clouds may build again later in the day, especially in the west, with the possibility of more rain or showers for the northern West Coast as we head towards late afternoon and tonight.
HIGHS: 18-24

Lower South Island

Heavy rain returns to the West Coast but its cloudy for Southland with a few morning showers possible. Otago may be sunnier and should remain dry.
HIGHS: 16-19


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