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The long weekend continues…

Yesterday mainlanders felts the heat with 30s in both Christchurch and Dunedin but that appears to be just the entree before tomorrows main.

Sunday is still looking very hot in eastern areas and predictions are that the mid 30s will be commonplace out east and in some central areas too.

Today though it’s a little cooler in the south as the winds come off cooler waters below NZ but in the north, it’s the same old story with plenty of sunshine and temperatures again in the high 20s.

Whangarei: Mostly dry and sunny with easterlies.Warm. Max: 25-27

Auckland: Plenty of sunshine with sea breezes.Very warm. Max 26-28

Tauranga: Mostly blue skies and warm sea breezes.Max 26-28

Hamilton:Sunny again and quite hot with little wind. Max 28-30

New Plymouth: A little cloud with westerlies. Mild. Max 22-24

Rotorua: Any cloud lifting otherwise sunny.Very warm.Max 28 tops

Napier: Sunny Saturday with very pleasant sea breezes. Max 26/27

Palmerston North: Partly cloudy with warmish westerlies. Max 25/26

Wellington; Northerly returns. Looking good for the sevens with sunshine. Max 21-23

Nelson: Sunny skies continue. Warm again with sea breezes. Max 26

Greymouth/Hokitika:Often cloudy. Risk of mizzle (misty drizzle). Max 20/21

Christchurch: Slightly cooler today.Some sunshine and southerlies. Max 23

Dunedin: Partly cloudy and cooler today. Max 20-22

Invercargill: Any cloud burning off. Max Around 20/21


Keith on 7/02/2009 2:31am

You’ve ignored the centre of the North Island again, no mention of anything around the Central Plateau.

Where’s Taupo?

WW Forecast Team on 7/02/2009 5:24am

 Hi Keith

Thanks for your comment and unfortunately we aren’t covering all centres  at this point in time but will take it into consideration. Rotorua was the closest but we also didn’t cover Wanganui, Timaru, Queenstown etc etc

We try and aim for the biggest population centres but at times we do cover a number of areas off with regional forecasts.


Weatherwatch team 







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