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Sunday’s weather extremes

It will be another day where we won’t see a wide range of weather.  The warmest highs will be a bit off the coldest lows.  But rainfall will be pretty much non-existent and winds for the most part will be light or calm.

But here’s what we are looking at for today’s extremes….


Warmest spot…Northland.  Highs will like reach the upper 20’s.

Coldest spot…Eastern Canterbury.  Morning lows were in the single digits above zero.

Driest spot…Just about anywhere.

Wettest spot…Gisborne runs the best risk of seeing precipitation  But anything that falls will be very light.

Windiest spot…Coastal Taranaki


Zelda Wynn on 23/02/2013 9:15pm

Please can you explain this sentence? I’m a little confused this morning. “The warmest highs will be a bit off the coldest lows”
Kind Regards

WW Forecast Team on 23/02/2013 10:15pm

In other words, instead of the two numbers being equal, they will be off.  I used the phrase "a bit off" to indicated that there would be a pretty good seperation between the two.




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