A few snow flurries are sneaking into parts of the lower South Island this morning.
As expected any snow amounts are small – but the odd flurry is falling to very low levels.
Stuart Gunn, who runs Lert Info based in Dunedin, says he’s seen snow and sleet this morning. “Just had a one minute snow flurry. Large heavy flakes. I’m at about 100 metres above sea level”.
While a cold day is on the way for parts of Southland and Otago it’s not going to be overly wet or snowy.
WeatherWatch.co.nz predicts mostly dry, sunny and calm weather for Dunedin and Invercargill over the next five days starting from Friday with daytime highs back into the double digits or low teens thanks to plenty of high pressure rolling in.
– image / File, Zelda Wynn