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VIDEO: Showers, some wind but plenty more high pressure

The forecast to Saturday shows a couple of cold fronts and a weak sub-tropical low influencing New Zealand’s weather – along with another huge high pressure belt coming out of Australia.

Generally speaking most places don’t have much rain in the week ahead – but northern NZ has plenty of showers and cloud along with east to north east winds.

High pressure again rolls in this weekend but a cold front on Friday brings some rain and snow to the South Island.


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