The big high that brought the brutal wind chills over the past few days to some parts of New Zealand will cross the entire country on Sunday ending the windchill and bringing in much warmer afternoons compared to Thursday and Friday.
Next week even milder weather will move in as this same high shifts north of the country and pulls down a sub-tropical air flow.
A few showers, snow flurries and gusty winds remain around parts of the North Island – but it is fading.
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**Published Friday PM