After a couple of rough days for parts of both islands, Thursday is looking much, much nicer for pretty much the whole country.
We will see a broad low pressure system moving over the South Island, while a west to northwest airflow dominates the North Island’s weather – but not too much to be alarmed about.
Heavy showers may develop about the interior of the Island towards afternoon and into the evening.
This is due to convection, and may bring some heavy downpours – though these will be isolated.
Beyond that, there’s nothing much else to be concerned about!
– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell, WeatherWatch.co.nz
– Map: Google