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SOME LIGHT IN THE EAST, OUTSIDE THE WEST

A quarter of the southward air current over New Zealand today brings clouds and some showers in the east, drier and generally sunny conditions in the west. Sometimes to the west and above the North Island some clouds are visible. This evening or overnight, some showers will move to Coromandel then east to Northland with winter winds. In the South Island, a few showers moved into the Buller and eventually the North Westland from the north.

MSLP / Rain Map – Wednesday 27 April, 3:00 pm 2022 – WeatherWatch.co.nz

TODAY’S TEMPERATURES

Natural highs today will be cooler in the east than in the west thanks to the air currents in the southern quadrant, the upper North Island has the warmest compared to the highest temperatures in the last years of the drought. age or early twenties.

Temperature Map – Wednesday 27 April 3:00 pm 2022 – WeatherWatch.co.nz

WAR ON THE SOUTHEAST ISLAND FROM SATURDAY

Temperatures in the second half of this week have not changed much from today although the South Island has warmed more. But from Saturday, the southeast of the island will feel markedly warmer with high temperatures arriving in the late teens then Sunday into the early twenties.

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