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Tuesday’s national forecast: More rain in the south, dry & hot in the north (+8 Maps)

High pressure covers the North Island and upper South Island today, making for a far more settled, dry, day for basically everyone.

A shower or two may remain in the Gisborne Ranges.

No thunderstorms are forecast but there is a low (25) chance of a thunderstorms in the Gisborne Ranges area from one of those afternoon showers.

Winds are light and temperatures heat up inland. Parts of Waikato may reach 30 degrees and with recent rain the humidex readings may make it feel more like the mid 30s.

Rain moves into the lower South Island. Parts of Otago and South Canterbury may have another 20mm over the next 24 hours. This rain shouldn’t be as explosive as the recent downpours, thunderstorms and flash flooding. Temperatures will be cooler in the lower south east.

Refer to your LOCAL HOURLY forecast for more details and most of all – have a great day!


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