Tomorrow a high will work it’s way in from the Tasman Sea, and on its leading edge is a southwesterly airflow. This airflow will likely flush out some of the humid weather we have been having around the country.
It will be of some welcome relief especially going into the afternoon. Skies will also brighten up generally for most after morning cloud and showers clear.
However this spell of less humid weather will not last long in the North Island.
Thursday sees a northeasterly airflow pick up and humidity increase again, it is not likely to be as bad however as we head into the weekend and by this stage ex tropical cyclone Evan approaches humidity will be on the up.
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