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Tuesday’s national forecast

A cold southwest airflow still lies over the country today with an anticyclone lurking in the south Tasman Sea. Mainly Southland and western parts of the North Island north of Taranaki may catch the odd shower at times, generally dry and sunny elsewhere.

Northland, Auckland
Cloudy periods with southwest breezes, low risk of the odd shower at times.
High: 14

Bay Of Plenty, Waikato & Central North Island
Sunny spells and some cloud about the Waikato and Central North Island with southwest breezes, risk of an early morning shower then clearing. Sunny about the Bay Of Plenty with southwest breezes.
Highs: 11-15

Eastern North Island
Sunny with light west to southwest breezes, potentially a frosty start.
High: 13

Western North Island
A mix of sunny and cloudy periods with west to southwest breezes. Chance of a shower at times north of about Taranaki otherwise mainly dry.
Highs: 12-14

Mostly sunny with southerly breezes dying out in the morning, light afternoon winds.
Highs: 11-12

Marlborough & Nelson
Sunny with light winds, a frosty start especially about Blenheim and the Wairau Valley.
Highs: 10-13

Sunny after morning frosts, light winds.
Highs: 10-12

West Coast
Mostly sunny with light winds tending southwest just on the coastal fringe.
High: 12

Southland & Otago
Mostly cloudy about Southland with the odd shower at times, breezy westerlies. Sunny and cloudy spells elsewhere with west to southwest winds, the odd shower may sneak into coastal areas south of Dunedin at times.
Highs: 6-10


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