Early next week a small but possibly potent low will track through Auckland and Northland. The low is not major and shows no signs of bringing damaging winds but the system may tap into enough sub-tropical energy to create a few big downpours that are slow moving over the north of the North Island.
The bulk of this low will be out to sea, but Northland, Auckland and Coromandel Peninsula may have isolated heavy falls on Monday or Tuesday. Generally these downpours won’t cause headaches but as we’ve seen in recent months they can lead to pockets of flooding.
Outside of that, conditions look dry and settled for most other parts of New Zealand for Sunday, Monday and Tuesday.
– TUESDAY, 9am / MetOcean