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Thursday’s national forecast – A warmer northerly flow is developing

High pressure remains over the New Zealand area but is slipping off part of the South Island today, allowing for a milder and breezier northerly flow.

This will pile up clouds on the West Coast and produce a few showers there.

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Northland, Auckland, Waikato & Bay Of Plenty
A cold start for some, close to freezing in South Waikato or inland BOP. But a mild day on the way with light variable winds.
Highs: 13-18

Western North Island (including Central North Island)
Mostly Sunny with light winds. Maybe a northerly breeze.
Highs: 14 – 16

Eastern North Island
A cold start then Sunny with light winds. Nor’westers possible from Central Hawke’s Bay southwards.
Highs: 15 – 18

A cool start with a mainly sunny day and northerly winds.
High: 12 – 15

Marlborough & Nelson
Mostly Sunny. Light winds, possibly a northerly. Northerlies brisk about the Sounds.
Highs: 16 – 17

Mostly Sunny with light winds developing from the north.
Highs: 13-17

West Coast
Cloudy periods, might be a shower – especially further south where it turns to rain south of Hokitika. Light variable winds.
Highs: 12-14

Southland & Otago
Sunny or a mix of sun and cloud. Northerly quarter winds. A little milder than Wednesday.
Highs: 12-16


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