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Sunday’s national forecast

The North Island sees the most settled conditions today with cloud creeping in across the west as a front starts to encroach on our territory today and tomorrow.

The rest of the island looks sunny and warm with sea breezes about most coasts and perhaps a north to nor’ west wind picking up in the southwest.

Temperatures across the north will mostly be in the low to mid 20s with pockets of high twenties possible in sheltered areas.

The Mainland starts to see a change in the west and deep south with cloud and light rain moving in eventually with some heavy falls about the firords.

North west winds are likely to build ahead of the incoming front with Marlborough, Canterbury and parts of Otago seeing the highest temperatures across the Mainland today.

Wettest  place today – Fiordland

Driest and hottest – Eastern areas of both islands

Windiest- Welljington and inland areas of the South Island

Coolest – Stewart Island and the West Coast


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