The centre of the weak low in the Tasman Sea and possibly any final leftovers of Cook cross over the North Island today – but don’t worry, this is no storm.
However there may be a few heavy downpours as the low comes in, plus sunny spells.
A cooler southerly in the South Island sees a few showers in the south and south east while the North Island low may brush the upper South Is.
Upper North Island:
Showers from the west as the centre of the low comes in. A few isolated heavy showers. Nor’westers. Driest in the east.
Highs: 18 to 22
Lower North Island:
Showers in Taranaki/the west, spread eastwards later in the day as southerlies arrive in Wellington later. Sunniest in the east.
Highs: 17 to 22
Upper South Island:
Dry at first, might be some showers or downpours nearer to Cook Strait as the day goes on. Cooler southerlies in Christchurch, may be a late shower.
Highs: 14 in the east, late teens in the northern regions.
Lower South Island:
A few early showers from the south clearing in the morning. Colder southerlies fading later in the day.
Highs: 11 to 14 degrees