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Wet for the upper half of the North Island tomorrow

The main feature in New Zealand tomorrow will be a front which will work it’s way south over the upper half of the North Island, preceding it will be moist east to northeasterly winds and behind the change the flow tends more westerly. A fair amount of rain is forecast to fall with up to 50 to 60mm possible during the day mainly about the Coromandel and the Western Bay of Plenty, lesser amounts elsewhere.

The West Coast of the South Island should get the pick of the weather again however it’ll be a little breezy from the southeast with some high cloud, that can mean nice temperatures there though so enjoy.

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– By weather analyst Aaron Wilkinson,


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