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Sunday’s national forecast – Weak cold front falls apart, most of NZ warmer than average (+4 Maps)

Rain and showers lie through central parts of NZ today as a weak cold front moves up the nation and mostly falls apart.

Clouds will thicken in northern NZ with evening rain or showers. The further down the western North Island the more likely showers will be.

Rain and showers on the West Coast ease today and transfer to the east coast with a slightly cooler southerly, although daytime highs on Sunday are mainly above average in every region – except maybe Southland where they are mostly normal for September 6.

The eastern North Island looks dry, mild and fairly sunny with daytime highs into the early 20s possible for some spots – although varying high cloud may drop some highs into the late teens.

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