Wet gives way to fine for most of the coun­try

The Timaru Herald - - NEWS -

The weather is ex­pected to be­come set­tled over most of the coun­try head­ing into the week­end, the Met­Ser­vice says. The weather fore­cast­ing agency says the sun broke out for many in the South Is­land yes­ter­day, although some scat­tered show­ers were ex­pected about the hills and ranges north of Ao­raki/Mt Cook yes­ter­day. Met­Ser­vice me­te­o­rol­o­gist Claire Flynn said to­day is look­ing like a fine day for much of the coun­try, thanks to a high build­ing over New Zealand. Ti­maru has been told to ex­pect north­east breezes and 23 de­grees Cel­sius to­day. In the Can­ter­bury high coun­try, Twizel will be fine with 28C to­day. "With the more set­tled end to the week, tem­per­a­tures are also ex­pected to warm up," Flynn said.

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