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Weather becoming settled for a time

Time for some settled weather to develop over the country, the current southwesterly airflow should ease today in most areas however will still be a little breezy about the North Island as a brief ridge of high pressure moves in.

There will be a slight hiccup on Sunday however as a weak front moves in from the south developing over the South Island during the day then onto the North Island on Monday, this will bring some cloud to most areas with a few drizzle patches or showers possible.

Come Tuesday and Wednesday conditions are looking quite good as an anticyclone moves in from Australia, a few showers and cloudy skies can be expected in southern Westland however. Later next week a northerly airflow looks to increase over the country ahead of the next system in the Tasman Sea.

– By weather analyst Aaron Wilkinson,


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