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Dunedin Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Thu
Mostly sunny 0 9
Fri
Sunny -2 8
Sat
Mostly cloudy -1 9
Sun
Mostly cloudy 4 13
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New Zealand Weather Forecasts for Saturday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Alexandra
Mostly cloudy -3 9 50% Low
Ashburton
Mostly sunny -2 10 5% Low
Auckland
Sunny 3 14 30% Low
Blenheim
Sunny -1 11 20% Low
Christchurch
Mostly sunny -3 12 5% Low
Dannevirke
Increasing sunshine 2 11 10% Low
Dargaville
Sunny 5 15 5% Low
Dunedin
Mostly cloudy -1 9 60% Low
Gisborne
Sunny 1 14 5% Low
Gore
Late shower -2 9 80% Low
Greymouth
Mostly cloudy 5 10 20% Low
Hamilton
Frost then sunny -2 12 30% Low
Hastings
Sunny 6 15 5% Low
Hawea
Mostly cloudy 5 13 20% -
Hokitika
Late shower 1 11 70% Low
Invercargill
Late thunder 0 12 80% Low
Kaikoura
Sunny 4 12 5% Low
Kaitaia
Sunny 6 14 50% Low
Levin
Sunny 1 12 20% Low
Manapouri
Late shower 3 10 40% -
Masterton
Mostly cloudy 2 13 20% Low
Motueka
Sunny 0 13 30% Low
Napier
Sunny -1 12 5% Low
Nelson
Sunny -1 13 30% Low
New Plymouth
Mostly sunny 3 14 30% Low
Oamaru
Cloud increasing 0 11 50% Low
Ohau
Mostly cloudy 5 13 20% -
Paihia
Sunny 4 13 40% Low
Palmerston North
Mostly sunny 0 14 60% Low
Paraparaumu
Sunny 3 14 5% Low
Queenstown
Mostly cloudy -1 10 40% Low
Reefton
Mostly cloudy 5 10 20% Low
Rotorua
Sunny -3 11 5% Low
Taumarunui
Sunny 0 12 5% Low
Taupo
Mostly sunny -4 10 10% Low
Tauranga
Sunny 1 14 10% Low
Te Anau
Late shower 3 10 40% -
Te Kuiti
Sunny 0 12 5% Low
Tekapo
Mostly cloudy 5 13 20% -
Thames
Sunny 1 14 5% Low
Timaru
Mostly sunny -4 11 10% Low
Tokoroa
Sunny 0 12 5% Low
Waikaremoana
Mostly sunny 7 15 10% -
Wanaka
Late shower -4 4 40% Low
Wanganui
Mostly sunny 2 12 30% Low
Wellington
Sunny 5 14 5% Low
Westport
Mostly sunny 3 13 60% Low
Whakatane
Sunny 2 13 20% Low
Whangarei
Sunny 4 14 30% Low
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Mallee students use songs to build community resilience through drought

11:15 EST

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10:35 EST

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