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Tuesday’s national forecast

Our damaging wind causing depression moves away eastwards from the North Island today, in behind an anticyclone in the Tasman Sea starts to spread a ridge over the country. Expect settling conditions with showers about eastern North Island areas gradually clearing. It will be a cold night for most.

Northland, Auckland, Waikato, CNI & BOP
Mostly sunny weather with southeasterly breezes dying out in the evening. Cold at night about the CNI.
Highs: 15-20

Eastern North Island
Showers ease clearing around midday or early afternoon, sunny breaks then develop. Cool southwesterlies ease in the evening.
Highs: 14-15

Western North Island
Any early showers clear then expect mostly sunny weather with a few clouds about. Southeasterly breezes ease during the afternoon.
Highs: 14-15

Early showers clear, sunny spells then develop with breezy cool southerlies. Southerlies ease in the evening.
High: 13

Mostly sunny with light winds, a few clouds about.
Highs: 15-16

Sunny after any morning cloud clears, cool southerlies ease during the afternoon and die out at night.
High: 14

Some morning cloud gradually breaking up during the day, a mostly sunny afternoon on the cards. Light southwest breezes die out in the evening.
High: 13

West Coast
Sunny with light winds.
Highs: 15-17

Southland & Otago
Mostly sunny with some cloud at times, light winds. About Southland expect fairly cloudy skies all day with westerlies Frosty to start inland and a risk of frosts again overnight.
Highs: 10-13



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