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Sunday’s national forecast – High pressure rolls back in

High pressure builds back over the country today and most areas that have had a cool down over the past 24 to 48 hours will start to warm back up again today – or tomorrow at the latest.

Mostly light winds but easterly quarter breezes along much of the eastern coastline, lightest winds in the lower South Island and most western areas.

It will be dry or mainly dry across 95% of the country today but a few showers possible in Northland, mainly in the coastal east.

It will be a little cool still in some places, like Dunedin, Napier and even Whangarei – but it shouldn’t be cold. Hottest weather inland and towards the west and most places will have a warm Sunday.

HIGHS: 17 to 28



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