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Tuesday’s National Forecast

A huge bubble of high pressure continues to make its way across the Tasman Sea.  This will be our nation’s weather maker for the next few days.

High pressure means sinking air and sinking air means stable air and stable air means fair weather.

Fair weather is exactly what you can expect today.

For the North Island, expect plenty of sunshine for most of the island.  Some lingering clouds may hang tough for the Bay of Plenty, Gisborne and Hawkes Bay.  But don’t expect to see any rain out of them.  Southerly winds will begin to die off during the afternoon.  Even though temperatures aren’t expected to be a great deal warmer than yesterday, the weakening winds will help to remove the remaining chill from the air.  Highs will range from 19 to 25.

A dry day is also expected across the South Island.  A few clouds will hang around.  But no rain is expected.  Southerly winds will die off as they turn to the east.  Highs will range from 18-23


Jeremy on 23/01/2012 9:27pm

Hi WW, whats the weather going to be like in Mangawhai over Auckland Anniversary weekend?

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