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Warmth returns

Today is shaping up to be a warmer day across the country as a northerly starts to develop.

Most places that had a cool day yesterday are already a degree or two warmer.  In the South Island Wanaka and Nelson are already at 21 degrees.  In the North Island and Wellington has a northerly and 16 degrees.

Hawkes Bay is also warmer already at 20 degrees.

The next few days should see settled weather in the South Island with average temperatures returning under a large high pressure system.  The North Island should also be relatively settled however some scrappy fronts may deliver a few showers and cloudy periods to a number of regions.


JohnGaul on 24/01/2010 3:27am

Back to ‘normal’ conditions now here in West Melton. Down to 12C and overcast with a keen southerly blowing and sheets of drizzle moving across.


JohnGaul on 23/01/2010 10:15pm

Overcast again here in Canterbury this morning but with a light NE which makes a change for the constant SW we have had over past weeks.
However another SW is due this afternoon which may be the last for a while, I hope and then back to the usual predominant NE.


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