Weather with SunLive and Rosalie

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Check out today's weather wrap, including a slice of New Zealand history.

It's a warm welcome also to passengers from the Radiance of the Seas, which is in port today and due to depart at 6.30pm.

Today the weather forecast is for a fine day with a southerly breeze.

It's a two layer of clothing day with a predicted high of 22 and an overnight low of 13 degrees.

This day in history honey bees were brought to NZ for the first time in 1839 by Mary Bumby.



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