A front weakens over the upper North Island during today while another front over the upper South Island weakens during the day also, both fronts are quite slow moving. A front lingers over Northland on Wednesday, reinvigorating later on with some heavy rain possible meanwhile the South Island sits under a ridge of high pressure. A front slowly slinks southwards over the upper North Island during Thursday while the rest of the country has high pressure.
Purple – Westerlies becoming strong about coastal Southland in the afternoon, winds may gust to gale at times.
Yellow – High’s in the mid to late 20’s for the east of the North Island and about Northland.
Blue – Rain about Northland may become heavy for some spots late afternoon / evening.
Yellow – Temperatures reaching into the mid 20’s for the North Island as marked below.
Blue – Rain, possibly heavy about Northland then easing later in the afternoon. Rain slowly slinks southwards during the afternoon and evening into the Waikato and Bay Of Plenty with the chance of a heavy fall.
Yellow – High’s in the mid to late 20’s in the afternoon for the southwestern corner of the North Island.
– 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