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Thursday’s national forecast

It’s a slow process, but gradually the weather is settling down across the country.

For today, a few showers are still likely across the deep south of the South Island.  A few rogue showers are also possible about the West Coast.  Early morning showers on the South Island’s east coast should clear out before midday.  Shower chances for places like Christchurch are not real high after about noon.

Showers are possible for parts of the North Island too, especially for Auckland.  Showers are possible there this morning and then a better chance for showers for the mid to late afternoon hours.

Taranaki and Wanganui could also see some showers today.

For the rest of the country, the chilly sou’westerlies will persist.  However, some peeks of sunshine are expected which should help to take a bit of the edge off the chill.

Highs today will be from 10-15 for most of the country.  Highs will be in the upper teens to close to 20 for the upper regions of the North Island.

By WeatherWatch Analyst Howard Joseph


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