Gisborne brings on the sunshine

Malachi and Micah Ula from Wellington enjoyed yesterday’s official high of 28 degrees, having fun playing fetch in the surf at Midway Beach with their dog Ardie. Picture by Paul Rickard

Gisborne is attracting visitors from across the country, drawn to its sandy beaches, great parks and sunny days.

The MetService has forecast more of the same this week with a 31 degree high for tomorrow followed by a possible reprieve on Thursday when occasional rain develops in the afternoon with a southeast change in the wind.

Friday will be cooler with clouds and a high of just 21 but Saturday is forecast to be mainly fine with a high of 25 and northwest breezes.

Gisborne is attracting visitors from across the country, drawn to its sandy beaches, great parks and sunny days.

The MetService has forecast more of the same this week with a 31 degree high for tomorrow followed by a possible reprieve on Thursday when occasional rain develops in the afternoon with a southeast change in the wind.

Friday will be cooler with clouds and a high of just 21 but Saturday is forecast to be mainly fine with a high of 25 and northwest breezes.

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