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Wednesday’s national forecast

Cloudy areas this morning in western areas of the North Island with northwesterlies, a few brief showers may move through around midday then sunny breaks develop. A few showers on and off for most of the day about Taranaki and Kapiti. Remaining dry in the Bay Of Plenty with light winds and longer sunny spells during the day. Cloudy about Northland with some rain about northeastern areas from afternoon clearing at night. Mostly fine on the east coast with light winds and mild temperatures.

Cloudy on the South Islands West Coast with northwesterlies and rain easing during the day, sunny areas and some cloud in Nelson with west to northwest breezes. Mostly fine and sunny in Marlborough through to Canterbury with light winds, morning high cloud clearing. Cloudy areas about Otago and Southland with southwesterly breezes, the odd shower develops around late morning.

Temperatures in the high teens or low 20 across most of the North Island today, perhaps reaching the mid 20’s on the east coast. A little cooler about Kapiti, Wellington and the Central North Island with mid teen temperatures. High teen temperatures on the east coast of the South Island north of Canterbury, 16 to 17 in Nelson. 13 to 14 degrees can be expected on the West Coast, Southland and about Otago.


Claudie on 10/10/2012 1:49am

Not really “few brief showers” here in BOI… more like solid rain for some time now!
It may clear by the end of the day…
I know, we are just a little finger at the top of the Country, not easy to predict.

WW Forecast Team on 10/10/2012 2:11am

Hi Claudie

The rain for northeastern parts of Northland was put in the forecast above, it did look on the cards 🙂


Claudie on 10/10/2012 3:27am

Hi Aaron

Ok, but it is continuous rain from about 11am to, may be, 5 or 6pm it looks like.
Lets hope tomorrow will be dry.


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