High pressure covers most of New Zealand on Saturday, easterly winds about the far north. A northwest airflow gradually builds over the South Island. High pressure regains it’s dominance over the South Island on Sunday.
Mainly settled on Saturday, cold to start with fog patches possible for the inner North Island. Just watch for a few showers about eastern Northland and Coromandel, also southern Fiordland at the other end of the country. Cloud starts to thicken up along the South Island’s West Coast, high cloud out east.
A few showers continue to push into Northland on Sunday, especially in the east. A mix of sun and cloud elsewhere however the east coast is mainly sunny. Sunny spells for the South Island’s West Coast with a few showers about Fiordland, sunny areas and some high cloud out east.
By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz