A few snow and rain showers are yet to clear the country but an incoming anticyclone (or high) is already on the way towards us from Australia.
While the next 48 hours still look windy for some areas the sun is likely to come out in many parts of the country.
The anticyclone will move in properly by Wednesday bringing settled weather – most regions should get between three and six settled/mostly calm, mostly dry, days.
Many places this week may be dry and sunny for five or six days.
By Friday and Saturday a strengthening north west flow will push across the South Island and lower North Island as the high starts to depart out to the Pacific and a rain band with wind comes in from the Tasman.
Main Centre forecasts – next several days…
– Image / File, Allen Pidwell
on 19/07/2015 9:49am
Hello, what’s the weather like for the weekend from Friday onwards in Queenstown? Any chance lindis pass between Christchurch and Queenstown will be closed?
on 19/07/2015 7:26pm
You should be fine, no snow in the forecast this coming week really apart from some brief stuff today.