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Wednesday’s Big Picture: A weakening cold front moves into the North Island?

A cold front moves out from over Cook Strait and into the North Island on Wednesday and high pressure will increase around New Zealand smothering the front and weakening it – in other words, breaking the rain band up and making it patchy and more localised.

As the large high pressure belt rolls in over the South Island winds will ease there and the sun will return.

Here’s the outlook for Wednesday:

– WeatherWatch.co.nz 

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