Anticyclonic conditions for New Zealand today with an easing southwesterly airflow. A low slowly brews in the Tasman Sea and approaches the west of the country on Friday, this low still sits out to the west on Saturday however it shunts north a little in the Tasman Sea as some frontal activity affects the North Island.
Yellow – Afternoon high’s just reaching into the mid 20’s for some parts of the upper North Island.
Blue – Another cold start about the far south inland, starting in the early single figure degree celsius range.
Yellow – High’s may reach into the mid 20 degree range for eastern parts of the North Island and about Marlborough.
There may be a few fog patches to start in the morning about the Waikato.
Purple – Easterly winds becoming gusty from afternoon about northern parts of Tasman.
Some fog possible in the morning once again mainly about the Central North Island.
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– Aaron Wilkinson, WeatherWatch.co.nz