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Wednesday – Full nationwide forecast

More morning cloud then a warm to hot afternoon for many places across the country today as the large high continues to cover New Zealand.

Once again afternoon sea breezes will form, creating a few afternoon cloud build ups.

Here are your regional forecasts for Wednesday…once again starting from the south!

Sunny and cloudy spells with light west to north west winds
High: 21

Central Otago
Mostly sunny with light winds
High: 26

Coastal Otago
Morning cloud breaks to mostly sunny weather, some cloud rolls back in again during the evening. Light winds.
High: 18

West Coast
Sunny with light winds / seabreezes
Highs: 20-23

Areas of cloud morning and night with mostly sunny conditions by day, light winds / sea breezes
Highs: 19-21

Marlborough & Nelson
Sunny with light winds / afternoon sea breezes.
Highs: 22-25

Sunny and cloudy periods with light northerlies.
High: 19 to 21

Western North Island
Morning cloud possible, then fairly sunny with light winds / seabreezes.
Highs: 22-25

Eastern North Island
Fairly sunny with morning cloud. Light winds / sea breezes.
Highs: 21-24

Central North Island, Waikato & Bay Of Plenty
Mostly sunny with light winds and sea breezes.  Morning cloud possible – also a few afternoon cloud build ups.
Highs: 23-27

Sunny and cloudy spells – cloud more likely in the morning. Light winds / sea breezes.  
High: 24 or 25

Sunny and cloudy areas. Winds light from the east or sea breezes 
High: 24 or 25



Derek on 11/03/2014 11:37pm

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WW Forecast Team on 12/03/2014 12:33am

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Kind regards
WW Team

Guest on 11/03/2014 4:34pm

Hi guys just wanted to thank you for the hard work you all do. I do not know many non profit weather advisors who would take the time to answer so many questions from the worried public! you guys do a great service. Your multiple updates keep us in the loop and I will certainly be prepared this weekend! Our son who is five was in the hobbsonville microburst, the wellington earthquake and now it seems he will experience his first ex tropical cyclone – I am tending to think he may be like you guys one day- with all this hands on experience.

Nikki on 11/03/2014 7:14pm

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