Most centres will be a little cooler today thanks to a weak cold front that’s been moving up the country.
A chillier south to south west flow follows the front and even though some centres in the north may technically be warmer today than yesterday, it may feel cooler with more wind and shower activity.
In the South Island a strong sou’wester means Southland and Otago will only climb to about 13 degrees today, while heavy showers continue to come in off the Southern Ocean.
From Canterbury to the Gisborne temperatures will only reach the mid teens with only no main centre likely to hit 20 degrees.
Similar temperatures are expected tomorrow however winds should be lighter and the skies sunnier.
Warmer weather is predicted to spread northwards up the country from Thursday as an approaching front moves in from the southern Tasman Sea.