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Tuesday could bring showers to the east

It will be another chilly start about the country tomorrow.  But we will also be watching a little area of showers huge the eastern South Island during the morning.  That will like end up in the lower and eastern North Island during the afternoon and evening.

High pressure currently over the Tasman will continue to be the main factor in our weather for the rest of the week.  By Wednesday, it is expected to slide across the country.  That could bring some showers to the upper North Island on Wednesday.

The high could also help to swing some of those showers around to the western North Island on Thursday.

But a bigger factor in our weather will be a developing front over the Deep South.  This will likely bring widespread showers to the lower South Island by late Thursday.

Shower chances will then move north as the front does.  The front and then chances for showers are expected to arrive on the lower North Island late Friday afternoon.

But rainfall totals are expected to be light for all areas.

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