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Tuesday’s national forecast – Cold front pushes through (+9 maps)

A cold front pushes over the North Island today meanwhile the South Island is in a southwesterly airflow.

North Island

A cold front pushes up the western side Taranaki northwards this afternoon bringing showers, possibly heavy with a risk of thunder then easing this evening and clearing later / overnight. Showers in the southwest start to clear this afternoon and sun breaks through. Showers about Wairarapa push into Hawkes Bay then Gisborne this afternoon with a southwest change, clearing Wairarapa this evening.

South Island

Mostly sunny for the West Coast but showers Greymouth northwards clear during this morning. Nelson and Marlborough see cloudy areas today, there could be the odd shower on and off. Showers clear Canterbury this afternoon, showers about the far south ease this afternoon and clear this evening.

Tuesday 27th April 3:00pm MSLP / Rain map –
Wednesday 28th April 3:00pm MSLP / Rain map –
Tuesday 27th April 3:00pm Wind map –
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Tuesday 27th April 3:00pm Temperature map –
Wednesday 28th April 3:00pm Temperature map –
12:00am Wednesday 28th April 2020 – Map shows: Minimum Temperature Below Zero (°c) between time listed and following 6 hours.
Tuesday 27th April 3:00pm Swell map –
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