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The Daily Debrief- SATURDAY


Temperatures were fairly close to average, if not a little above, in some northern and central areas of the North Island today but the rest of the country didn’t fare so well on the that front, with many areas 2 or 3 degrees below normal, mainly due to the remnants of a cool southerly that have affected some parts of the nation in the last 48 hours.


KAITAIA   19                                           NELSON    14             

WHANGAREI  16                                    MURCHISON 16

AUCKLAND  15                                      BLENHEIM 12

TAURANGA   17                                    WESTPORT  13

HAMILTON  15                                       GREYMOUTH  13

WHAKATANE   16                                 HOKITIKA 13

ROTORUA  15                                         HAAST  13

TOKOROA   18                                        MILFORD SOUND  14

TAUPO     13                                            KAIKOURA 10

NEW PLYMOUTH   14                          CHRISTCHURCH  12

WANGANUI    11                                   ASHBURTON  12

PALM. NORTH  11                                 TIMARU  10

LEVIN      13                                            OAMARU 11

KAPITI     13                                            DUNEDIN 12

GISBORNE  15                                        QUEENSTOWN 11

NAPIER   13                                            ALEXANDRA  12

HASTINGS   12                                       GORE 10

MASTERTON    9                                   MANAPOURI  12

WELINGTON  10                                    INVERCARGILL  11

The high today was 19 in Kaitaia and Kawerau and the low was 6 degrees in Waiouru.

Weather Analyst Richard Green

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