A westerly airflow lies over the North Island today while a south to southwesterly airflow lies over the South Island, a small low situated near central parts of the country slinks away to the east during the day. Anticyclonic conditions for most on Thursday and Friday while a low sits in the Tasman Sea and slowly moves towards the western side of New Zealand.
Yellow – High’s reaching into the mid to late 20’s for a few eastern parts of New Zealand during this afternoon.
Blue – A cold start for the lower South Island inland, temperatures around dawn looking to start in the early single figure range for some.
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 in the early single figure range.
Yellow – High’s may reach into the mid 20 degree range for some parts of the upper North Island on Friday.
Blue – A cool start inland about the lower South Island, no frosts likely however starting around the 3 to 4 degree range for some.
– 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