A large anticyclone sits in the Tasman Sea on Thursday while a ridge stretches out over New Zealand. A front moving around the outside of this high moves up the eastern side of the North Island. A ridge covers most of the country on Friday and Saturday, a left over portion of Thursday’s front hangs over Northland during this time bringing a few showers.
Blue – A cold start about the inner South and North Islands, perhaps just reaching down to 0 degrees in some spots.
Purple – Southwesterly winds freshen along the east coast of the North Island during the day, only just on the coastal fringes. Easing about Banks Peninsula in the morning.
Blue – Another cold start for inland areas, starting out between 0 to 3 degrees celcius.
Blue – Another cool start due to a ridge of high pressure, starting out around 2 to 3 degrees. The bright side is it’ll be a mainly sunny day for most.
– Please note, the idea behind this update is to focus on the main weather highlights, which is why not all regions are mentioned.
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– Aaron Wilkinson, WeatherWatch.co.nz