Unusually the forecasting for the country has become quite predictable lately as dry conditions prevail for most of us and today that trend is set to continue for much of the nation. A little moisture is possible about a couple of coastal areas but nothing too noticeable.
Yesterday temperatures were warmest in eastern areas as a westerly blew in some central and southern regions seeing the top temperatures hit the mid 20s.The West Coast was the coolest region with the mid teens being quite commonplace.
Today the westerly should ease back in the south with most showers drying up. Further north it’s a mostly dry day with one or two showers possible about a couple of western shores.
Aucklanders are likely to see some more cloudy spells with a cool sou’ wester hanging about.
Later today in the deep southwestern part of the country, Fiordlanders should see some more rain move in as a front edges closer to the mainland.