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The Big Picture on Monday

An anticyclone in the Tasman Sea directs in a south to southeasterly airflow over New Zealand on Monday, for the most part the weather is looking quite settled.

For the upper and western North Island expect a mostly sunny day on Monday, winds are light with afternoon sea breezes. Temperatures getting into the low to mid twenties. Mostly cloudy along the east coast with some patchy drizzle and cooler southerlies, high’s in the mid teens.

A mostly sunny day along the West Coast and about the top of the South Island, light winds and afternoon sea breezes. Temperatures in the high teens or low twenties. About Buller afternoon high’s reach into the mid twenties. Southland and Otago have a mainly cloudy day, perhaps a light shower or two. This cloud with the risk of a shower or drizzle patch pushes into Canterbury during the afternoon after a mainly sunny morning.

Temperatures in the mid teens for most, perhaps reaching into the high teens about Canterbury for a time before cloud rolls in.

Image – Monday 20th November 1pm MSLP / Rain map –


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