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VIDEO: Warm days, colder nights but sub-tropical winds returning by Friday

We have foggy areas, sunny areas, some places are totally dry while others have showers, drizzle and patchy rain.

New Zealand is stuck in between weather systems right now which means most of our ‘weather’ will be happening down at sea level whereas further inland the skies look clearer, drier and winds calm.

Over the next few days a weak low moves north of the country and allows a sub-tropical flow to form, working with a large high to our east next week to continue this pattern.

It means temperatures are about to lift up even further for some areas, which may already be above average now.



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