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The Big Picture: Wednesday and Thursday, high pressure builds & rain fades

High pressure is growing around the country but a cold front will take the next two days to disintegrate over the North Island.

This means showers, patchy rain and even the odd isolated heavy downpour may affect some western, central and northern parts of the North Island over the next couple of days.

A few showers will remain on Thursday evening in both islands as people head away for the long weekend but about 80% of the country is looking mostly dry this weekend.

– WeatherWatch.co.nz

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