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Tuesday’s national forecast

A high brings mainly settled and sunny weather today after a cold start, northwesterlies quickly start to build over the South Island however with some late cloud in the west.

Auckland & Northland
Sunny with light southeasterlies in the morning then dying away, a frosty start for some sheltered areas.
Highs: 13-14

Bay Of Plenty, Waikato & Central North Island

Sunny with light winds after a frosty start.
Highs: 10-14

Eastern North Island

Sunny with light winds, morning southwesterlies die away about Hawkes Bay
and Gisborne. A few early showers clear about Gisborne too.
Highs: 13-14
Tonight’s Lows: 1-3

Western North Island

Sunny with light winds tending west to southwest in the afternoon, evening
or overnight cloud.
Highs 12-13


Mostly sunny with light winds at first, northwesterlies freshen from
afternoon becoming strong overnight. Evening cloud.
High: 12

Sunny with light winds,
tending northwest in the afternoon.

High: 12


Sunny with light winds, northwesterlies from afternoon. Some evening high
Highs: 12-13


Sunny with light winds, northwesterlies freshen inland from evening. Some
high cloud moves in from late afternoon or evening.
Highs: 10-12

West Coast

Sunny areas and some increasing cloud, light northerlies. Cloudy by
evening. The odd light shower possible overnight especially for South
Highs 10-11

Coastal Otago

Mostly sunny with some high cloud from midday, thickening in the evening.
Light winds tend northwest at night.
High: 10

Central Otago

Mostly sunny with high cloud thickening from midday after a very frosty
start, west to northwesterly winds increase in the evening. A few spots of
overnight rain possible in the west.
Highs: 5-6


A few morning sunny areas after a cold start, high cloud then thickens from
mid morning. Northwesterly winds become breezy afternoon then brisk in the
High: 11

By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson –


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