May leaves a warm glow... but then it's winter
By Martin Johnston 5:30 AM Monday May 30, 2011

The settled conditions of the weekend, with the occasional showers in the upper North Island, look set to continue for the next few days, although some wetter weather may descend from the north in time for Queen's Birthday weekend.

May has been tracking towards beating the warmest May on record, which was in 2007, but it may be a close call with today and tomorrow still to go.

In May 2007 the average of the daytime highs and nighttime lows was 12.4C, which was 1.7C above the long-term average.

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