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A mostly settled week

MetService News Release

Monday, 10 Dec 2012 12:00 a.m.

A mostly settled week

A broad ridge of high pressure is expected to bring settled weather to much of the country over the next few days. As the ridge moves northwards,it should reduce the impact of a weakening front to afternoon and evening showers on Tuesday and Wednesday.

MetService Manager of Public Weather Services Ramon Oosterkamp commented,"While it might not be perfectly fine all the time, any showers are likely to be in the afternoon and evening over inland areas, with coastal cloud in the mornings. For most people, the days should be pleasant, with daytime highs in the 20s".

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