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The Big Picture on Monday

Unfortunately for tomorrow the weather is not looking the best for most of the North Island, an area of low pressure moves in during the morning bringing rain to most regions. Heavy falls can be expected then easing late afternoon or evening as northwesterlies are replaced by southwest winds. Wellington may remain dry with plenty of high cloud but it depends on the positioning of this low and how it moves in, only a subtle change could result in wet weather or a dry day.

For the South Island it’s a mixed bag. It’s looking fairly cloudy with the odd light shower about but many dry areas too. In the afternoon more so in the east showers may become a little more widespread or persistent then easing overnight. Winds are mostly light tending easterly in the east and southwest in the west.

Temperature wise it’s warmest the further north you go. Auckland and Northland see afternoon temperatures reaching into the high teens. The same goes for Gisborne where it may even crack the early 20’s. Elsewhere over much of the country sees temperatures ranging from 10 through to 15 degrees.

I can see movie theaters being busy that’s for sure.

Image – Monday 23rd October 1pm 2017 MSLP / Rain map –


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