Tomorrow and ANZAC Day is looking to be yet another dry and settled day across most of the country.
Dawn services across the country are likely to be under mostly clear skies and cool temperatures with a chance of morning mist, fog or low cloud in some cases.
There still appears to be a weak disturbance to the north of New Zealand. This disturbance may provide just enough lift and just enough of a wind shift to produce isolated showers about Northland and the Coromandel Peninsula tomorrow morning and about Bay of Plenty later.
These are still just a low risk but we’ve popped it into our forecast for Anzac Day so it doesn’t surprise anyone.
The West Coast of the South Island appears to have the cloudiest day on schedule for tomorrow with some misty rain possible from time to time but more of an annoyance value than anything significant it seems.
The rest of the country can expect a mainly sunny day with a few clouds mixed in from time to time.Temperatures could be rather warm tomorrow afternoon and lifting into the 20s.
Winds should be mostly gentle but northerlies about Wellington and Invercargill should see it a little milder first thing tomorrow morning compared to many other centres.
Story by R.Green and H.Joseph