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Sunday’s national forecast

It’s been a bumpy ride so far this weekend for much of the country and it’s not quite over yet it appears.

The Far South has missed a lot of the rain and today a similar set up is likely whereas elsewhere,showers, rain, torrential downpours, strong winds and thunder are elements that could tackle most provinces. Not necessarly all of them at once but one ow two combined could make it unpleasant.

An easing is expected overall but bursts of severe weather can’t be discounted.Dry or sunny spells are also in the combo but the changeable conditions are the most noteworthy.

The torrential rain that hit the Bay of Plenty, parts of the Waikato and Auckland yesterday and the smattering of localised heavy downpours over some other parts of the country could pop up from time to time over a number of areas today.

Despite all this temperatures should creep up over the south today after a cold Saturday from Christchurch down to Invercargill whereas North islanders shouldn’t notice too much difference from yesterday. 



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