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Sunday’s national forecast – high drifts east, sub-tropical low moves closer

A very large high over New Zealand will give another mainly dry day across the country although a few showers will pop up here and there.

Also, winds from the northerly quarter will gradually develop across the next 24 hours in many regions.

Upper North Island
A mainly dry day but Showers most likely in Bay of Plenty to Waikato and some also around Northland. Chance of a few showers spilling over into surrounding regions. Watch for areas of fog this morning then breaking away by midday for most. NE winds developing.
Highs: 12 to 18

Lower North Island:
Dry with cloudy areas. Light Northerlies developing.
Highs: 13 to 16

Upper South Island:
Dry with a mix of sunny and cloudy areas. Winds from the northerly quarter developing. Clouds increase in the NW later.
Highs: 11 to 14

Lower South Island:
Clouds increasing from the west with rain developing in Fiordland and becoming heavy – sliding into South Westland possibly. Dry or mostly dry elsewhere with sunniest weather in the east. North to NW winds generally.
Highs: 9 to 13



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