High pressure over the Tasman Sea will settle in tomorrow, bringing a dry and settle day to all of New Zealand.
A few showers are possible early in the day about Westland and Nelson. Even a shower or two might be seen over the Bay of Plenty. But, even if they develop, they should be gone by midday.
The rest of the country should be precipitation-free tomorrow. There will still be a good bit of clouds for many spots, including the top of the North Island and bottom of the South Island. But sunshine will be mixed in.
A little wind will likely kick up about the top and bottom of the South Island tomorrow. Some breezy conditions will be possible about Wairarapa and Wellington as well.
Temperatures tomorrow afternoon should be around 20.
Homepage image/ Sunday afternoon wx map from Weathermap.co.nz
By Howard Joseph, WeatherWatch.co.nz
on 8/12/2012 7:16am
well ww well thursday was an amazing day and to the ones who lost there loved ones,in that freak storm aroha to you guys,well in my neck of the woods the surf has been real bad of late north east 2 days then sw near 3 months of that ground hog day in chch aint been this bad for a few years aye,and just got a new surf board so the big high i see creeping over nz grr at mo, hope that low way up north brings some long fetch waves fingers crossed,keep the good work up you do ww some of my family and non surfer friends think im mad little they know how the weather effects us all.
on 8/12/2012 5:41am
Most stunning day out west auckland today.. Keep it up mother nature