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Last updated 06:36 24/12/2013
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Santa took a tour of Marlborough in 2011

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Santa says: You didn't know I sneak into town before Christmas to check out who is being naughty and who is being nice.
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Those celebrating Christmas in Marlborough tomorrow can expect a "day of two halves" when a southerly change hits the region.

MetService communications meteorologist John Law said Marlborough would not be a bad place to be, with a high of 27 degrees Celsius. However, there is a possibility of isolated showers in the afternoon.

A front was expected to move through from the south later today, he said, but tomorrow morning was looking mostly fine with westerly winds.

A southerly change was expected in the afternoon but showers were most likely to hit the Kaikoura coast.

The Marlborough Sounds could expect similar weather to Blenheim, with "not a bad start, just a chance of a shower later".

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