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Thursday: Mainly dry today but northern low pressure for Saturday

Thursday has high pressure parked over Cape Reinga, Friday has another cold front in the south and Saturday has new low pressure moving in to the North Island from the Tasman Sea.

For today/Thursday don’t expect much weather action around the country. West to south west winds blow for most regions and a few western showers are possible – otherwise dry and fairly settled today.

Friday has a cold front move into the lower South Island at the same time as a new low starts to form over the eastern Tasman Sea near to NZ.

Saturday – that new low moves in to the North Island from the west, centred offshore from Taranaki by noon. Most of the South Island is dry but the top of the South Island (Nelson and Marlborough) look to be brushed by a little wet weather from this low.

Our weather video this afternoon has more details about NZ’s weekend set-up.

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