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Sunday’s national forecast – A westerly flow warms things up a little (+6 Maps)

Westerly winds move in today and that will help lift temperatures up in the east during the afternoon.

High pressure is centred over the Tasman Sea but a developing low lies east of Australia.

It’s a fairly dry day across New Zealand but some rain in Fiordland and showers (or lighter rain) further up into Westland. A shower or two possible in Southland today – otherwise dry and cloudy there.

Eastern areas will be warmest and sunniest while western areas of both islands look cloudiest.

It will be mild in northern NZ but cloud cover in the west may make it feel cooler.

As always, refer to your local HOURLY forecasts, powered by IBM. You’ll also find even more data (the most forecast data in NZ) at


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