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Weather Video: Big high means a settled week

You’ve been asking for this for weeks, if not months, but we finally have a quiet week ahead weatherwise.

High pressure is already moving into the South Island and will continue to spread into the North Island during Tuesday.

It means light winds and mostly dry weather for the week ahead. We have a few coastal showers around Coromandel Peninsula, Great Barrier Island, the Chatham Islands and Fiordland this week. 

On Tuesday morning frosts are likely through inland areas of the South Island while fog patches are possible for some in the North Island around Wednesday and Thursday.

Towards Friday a north to north east flow develops around the nation as our week-long-high finally drifts out to the east.

The upcoming weekend sees high pressure dropping and a front in the Tasman Sea trying to move in at some point.


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