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Sunday’s national forecast

Upper North Island

Westerly breezes with cloudy periods and the odd shower at times, especially in the west. Sunny breaks about the Bay Of Plenty with mainly dry weather.

Lower North Island

Westerly breezes with showers in the west, clearing around midday or early afternoon. A few sunny spells may then develop. High cloud on the east coast with west to northwest breezes, a few spots of rain may spread into the Wairarapa at times.

Upper South Island

Westerly breezes on the West Coast with mostly cloudy skies, the odd shower possible especially first thing in the morning then easing. Chance of a brief morning shower on the east coast with south to southwest winds, becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon.

Lower South Island

Showers on the West Coast with westerly breezes, turning to rain during the evening. Fine out east with thickening high cloud, west to northwesterly winds. About Southland and Central Otago, a few areas of rain move in late afternoon and evening with gusty westerly winds.

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Comments

Guest on 7/09/2013 10:52pm

Hi guys our house faces northwest in whitby on a hill. I am just wondering because we have large windows facing the wind, is the wind going to be bad enough to break windows as met service are saying damaging winds. I just want to be prepared and are considering taping them. Have you any thoughts.

WW Forecast Team on 8/09/2013 12:10am

Hi there

Winds upwards of 80 to 100kph could be in store for you this Tuesday / Wednesday. Gusting 120kph is possible.

I’d suggest you contact the people who built your home for further information in regards to whether the wind speeds that I’ve mentioned above could cause you issues 🙂

Thanks for writing in.

WW

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