A northwesterly airflow lies over most of New Zealand today, a disturbance moves over the upper North Island in the afternoon. Low pressures lies over most of New Zealand on Thursday with a low centre moving over the North Island from west to east during the day. A trough moves over the upper North Island overnight bringing some potentially unstable weather.
A northwesterly airflow lies over much of New Zealand on Wednesday, showers or rain in the west and drier conditions out east. A period of heavier showers and thunderstorms are possible for the upper North Island in the afternoon.
Wet weather for much of the North Island on Thursday, heavy falls possible for the Wairarapa. Later in the evening / overnight heavy falls move through Auckland northwards with a chance of thunderstorms and hail. Dry weather for the West Coast of the South Island during the day, also many other areas in the morning then a few showers move in during the afternoon.
By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz