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Dargaville Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Mostly sunny 10 15
Fri
Possible shower 9 14
Sat
Clearing shower 9 14
Sun
Showers 11 15
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New Zealand Weather Forecasts for Thursday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Ashburton
Clearing shower 3 12 40% Low
Auckland
Showers 9 17 50% Low
Blenheim
Late shower 3 15 40% Low
Christchurch
Windy -1 14 10% Low
Dannevirke
Late shower 3 12 40% Low
Dargaville
Mostly sunny 10 15 10% Low
Dunedin
Clearing shower 2 10 40% Low
Gisborne
Increasing sunshine 8 16 10% Low
Gore
Thunderstorms 4 8 60% Low
Greymouth
Thunderstorms 5 10 60% Low
Hamilton
Rain 7 15 60% Low
Hastings
Increasing sunshine 5 17 10% Low
Hawea
Cloud increasing 3 12 20% -
Hokitika
Thunderstorms 8 11 60% Low
Invercargill
Thunderstorms 4 8 60% -
Kaikoura
Late shower 6 14 40% Low
Levin
Thunderstorms 6 14 60% Low
Manapouri
Thunderstorms 4 8 60% -
Masterton
Late shower 1 14 40% Low
Motueka
Late shower 4 15 40% Low
Napier
Late shower 4 12 40% Low
Nelson
Late shower 4 15 40% Low
New Plymouth
Thunderstorms 11 15 60% Low
Oamaru
Cloud increasing 3 12 20% Low
Ohau
Cloud increasing 3 12 20% -
Paihia
Mostly sunny 10 15 10% Low
Palmerston North
Late shower 3 12 40% Low
Paraparaumu
Thunderstorms 7 15 60% Low
Reefton
Thunderstorms 5 10 60% -
Rotorua
Rain developing 4 11 50% Low
Taumarunui
Late shower 3 10 40% Low
Taupo
Late shower 3 10 40% Low
Tauranga
Mostly cloudy 10 15 20% Low
Te Anau
Thunderstorms 4 8 60% -
Te Kuiti
Rain developing 2 11 50% Low
Tekapo
Cloud increasing 3 12 20% -
Thames
Rain 7 15 60% Low
Timaru
Cloud increasing 3 12 20% Low
Tokoroa
Rain developing 2 11 50% Low
Waikaremoana
Increasing sunshine 8 16 10% -
Wanganui
Rain developing 7 14 50% Low
Wellington
Showers 5 15 10% Low
Westport
Thunderstorms 5 10 60% Low
Whakatane
Late shower 8 15 40% Low
Whangarei
Mostly sunny 10 15 10% Low
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