Once again it’s looking like a pretty sedate sort of a day for most of the country – with calm and clear conditions prevailing under the large high pressure system over New Zealand at the moment.
It’s cold in places this morning though – with Alexandra, Queenstown and Wanaka all below zero at 6am – the same as yesterday.
Later in the day, northwesterly winds should pick up around Cook Strait, before strengthening further and even reaching gale level at times overnight.
Other than that, almost everyone else can look forward to a pretty settled day – you can check out your specific forecast here.
– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell, WeatherWatch.co.nz
– Photo: Ian Duncan