Thursday is again looking very chilly in sheltered or interior parts of the country, meaning frosts are likely to kick off the day – though this should be the last day of the really cold stuff.
A ridge sits over New Zealand, though two different airflows will affect the two islands – a westerly flow in the South Island and a southwesterly airflow for the North Island.
Weather will stay settled for the most part, though western parts of both islands look a little more cloudy than eastern regions.
While the day will kick off with frosts again, t’s finally overnight Thursday and into Friday morning that the weather starts to change a little and warm up!
– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell
– Photo: Zelda Wynn