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Sunday’s national forecast – Frosty in the South, more rain for the North

Low pressure will bring in yet more rain and showers to the North Island today while the South Island remains calm and cold with heavy frosts inland.

Entire North Island:
Rain or showers with sunny spells developing in the west. Wellington may be fairly dry and sunny dry weather is likely to move into Bay of Plenty. With the centre of a low crossing the Central North Island bringing clockwise winds people can expect variable wind directions, but generally westerlies in the north and east to south east in the south.
Highs: 10 to 15

Entire South Island:
Mostly dry and calm, heavy frosts in Southland, Otago and the Southern Alps. Cloudy areas possible too and even some rain may brush the Nelson Ranges or NW tip of the South Island. A few coastal showers are also possible near Kaikoura and also Fiordland.
Highs: 5 to 14 (coldest in Central Otago, warmest in the north)



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