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Wednesday’s national forecast

This morning sees most of the weather action taking place over the North Island but a high pushing in should see skies clearing apart from eastern areas.

Southerlies are still likely to be predominant but the South Island should be more settled with just a handful of showers likely over the south and east as a weak front swings by.

Southland & Otago
Few showers possible about the coast and one or two drifting inland with sou’ west winds freshening.
Highs: 11-13
Low tonight: 0-3

West Coast
Cloudy areas and a few showers. Southerlies pick up with skies clearing.
Highs: 13-15
Lows tonight: 4-7

Mostly sunny with a possible frosty start in sheltered inland areas. Northeasterly breezes could pick up a little in the afternoon but light winds inland.Chance of a brief sou’ west flick tonight with a shower about the coast.
Highs: 12-14
Low tonight: -1-3

Marlborough & Nelson
Generally sunny with a pleasant afternoon but a chilly night with frosts likely.
Highs: 13-15
Lows tonight: 0-3

Showery this morning but fining up this arvo with southerly winds fading away. Cool to cold in the wind.
High: 11-13
Low tonight: 8 or 9

Western North Island
Sunny skies with a clouds possibly and some showers this morning. Southerly winds blowing through.
Highs: 13-15
Lows tonight: 4-7

Eastern North Island
Mostly wet and windy from the south. Snow at higher altitudes across the hills.
Highs: 11-14
Lows tonight: 2-6

A few heavy showers this morning possible with with sou’ westers. Conditions improve slowly later today.
Highs: 12-17
Lows tonight: 0-6

Northland, Auckland & Waikato
Showers with some heavy falls initially but drying out this afternoon. Southerlies easing and a little chilly.
Highs: 14-17
Lows tonight: 2-7



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