An anticyclone still remains in the Tasman Sea today with a southwesterly airflow running over New Zealand. Conditions will begin to ease across the country but there will still be plenty of cloud about for some.
Auckland & Northland
Cloudy spells with west to southwest breezes, there may be a shower or two about in the morning. Sunny breaks increase in the afternoon about Northland with west to southwesterly winds easing.
Central North Island, Waikato & Bay Of Plenty
Morning cloudy spells with the chance of a shower, sunny areas break
through into the afternoon. Westerly breezes.
Eastern North Island
Mostly sunny with some high cloud possible. Light winds for most with
afternoon easterlies for a time about Hawkes Bay. A few isolated showers may get going about the ranges of northern Hawkes Bay and Gisborne late afternoon, spreading to the coast for a brief time then clearing in the evening.
Western North Island
Sunny spells and periods of cloud with breezy westerlies, low risk of a
shower this morning. About Taranaki skies will be a little cloudier, winds a
little stronger and the chance of a shower this morning rises too.
Mostly sunny with brisk northerlies, easing during the afternoon.
Sunny with a few clouds about, southwesterly breezes.
Mostly sunny with westerlies in the morning then northwesterlies from
The odd morning shower eases then clears, sunny spells then break through.
Light winds tend southeasterly in the afternoon. Late evening there may be a
shower or two otherwise mainly dry.
Showers ease and clear by evening, the odd sunny spell possible from
afternoon otherwise expect cloudy periods. West to southwest breezes.
Morning showers clear then sunny spells increase, breezy southwesterly
winds die out later in the evening.
Morning showers clear then sunny spells break through for the afternoon,
Morning rain eases to showers which then clears early afternoon, sunny
spells then break through. Cool southwesterlies ease in the evening.
By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz