Your web browser (Internet Explorer) is out of date. Some things will not look right and things might not work properly. Please download an up-to-date and free browser from here.

Becoming settled but still some fog

A ridge should bring mostly settled weather to the country tomorrow, still a chance of morning fog in many inland areas with light winds. Christchurch at this point in time looks like it’ll be in for a foggy night as the southwesterly airflow just hasn’t been enough to push some of this moisture in the air out of the way.

Areas to catch some cloud are north of Hawkes Bay along the east coast in a southwesterly airflow, perhaps the risk of a shower near Gisborne. The top of Northland may also pick up a few showers during the day in an east to southeasterly airflow there.

Finally Fiordland and Southland will catch some cloud and a few light showers during the day in a west to southwesterly airflow there. This pattern looks to continue through to Tuesday however Northland should escape any showers from Sunday.

Homepage image / Philip Duncan

– By weather analyst Aaron Wilkinson,


LM on 6/07/2012 6:57am

Will be interesting to see if any showers eventuate for Invers tomorrow – the forecast has been wrong all day down here – hasn’t even looked like ‘the odd shower’ would happen and it’s been a northerly breeze all day.

Related Articles