North Island


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Wednesday

Two large highs sit either side of New Zealand on Wednesday, a series of fronts moving over the country in the middle bring rain especially for western regions.


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Tuesday / Wednesday

A large anticyclone centred to the east of New Zealand today drags a northerly quarter airflow over the country. Two large highs sit either side of New Zealand on Wednesday, a series of fronts moving over the country in the middle bring rain especially for western regions.


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Tuesday

A large anticyclone centred to the east of New Zealand today and on Tuesday drags a northerly quarter airflow over the country.


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Monday / Tuesday

A large anticyclone centred to the east of New Zealand today and on Tuesday drags a northerly quarter airflow over the country.


Monday's weather outlook

A large anticyclone centred to the east of New Zealand on Monday drags a northerly quarter airflow over the country.

North Island


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Saturday / Sunday

High pressure covers most of New Zealand on Saturday, easterly winds about the far north. A northwest airflow gradually builds over the South Island. High pressure regains it's dominance over the South Island on Sunday.


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Friday / Saturday

High pressure covers most of New Zealand today and on Saturday, easterly winds about the far north. A northwest airflow gradually builds over the South Island on Saturday.


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Friday

High pressure covers most of New Zealand on Friday, easterly winds about the far north.


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Thursday / Friday

High pressure covers most of New Zealand today and on Friday, east to southeasterly winds about the far north.


InfoGraphic: The Big Picture for Thursday

A ridge of high pressure extends out from an anticyclone in the Tasman Sea covering most of New Zealand on Thursday, southeasterlies about the far north.