An anticyclone lies over most of New Zealand today providing mainly settled weather. A westerly airflow lies over New Zealand on Tuesday, within this flow a front pushes northwards over the South Island however it weakens quickly.
While conditions are fairly settled today there will be a reasonable amount of cloud for western regions, perhaps even bringing the risk of a light shower or two. It’s a mainly sunny day in the east.
Tuesday is quite cloudy in the west once again, the risk of a light shower or two increases also. In the morning some rain about Fiordland looks to be heavy then easing as a front pushes through. A mainly sunny day in the east once again however there will be some morning rain or showers about Southland and Otago then easing.
By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz