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Sunday’s national forecast – goodbye severe weather

The deep low is no more, it has now unravelled quite a bit and is quite a weak system to the east of the country. Behind it we have a calmer wind flow for most areas with a nor’west air flow developing in southern New Zealand this afternoon and evening.

Today won’t have perfect weather in all regions but compared to the past few days many areas should be drier, calmer and sunnier.

Upper North Island
Showery at times along the western coastline and around Auckland with sou’westers. Fairly dry in the east with sunny weather increasing.
Highs: 12 to 16

Lower North Island
A mix of sun and cloud and mostly dry. A few remaining showers possible. Variable winds, more S to SW in many coastal areas.
Highs: 11 to 13

Upper South Island
Dry and becoming sunnier with variable winds.
Highs: 10 to 14

Lower South Island
Some very early showers clear in the east, dry elsewhere and becoming sunny. Late rain about Fiordland and South Westland. Variable winds, mostly light, but nor’westers developing later.
Highs: 3 to 9



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