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Sunday’s national forecast – Cooler, drizzly, change moves up South Island (+6 Maps)

Temperatures are dropping up the South Island today as a weak southerly change moves in. Cloud, drizzle, showers and some patchy rain will move through, but many areas may be more sheltered and dry/fairly due to ranges/hills/mountains.

Winds are light for most with high pressure generally covering New Zealand.

The North Island is settled with hot weather inland and dry everywhere.

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