The weather this weekend and for most of next week is fairly settled compared to how it has been recently, there will still be cloud at times and perhaps a light shower or two (mainly in the west) otherwise fairly good. Towards then end of next week conditions do deteriorate.
Below we have the precipitation accumulation map for Sunday, as you can see…… not a lot of rain. Conditions stay mostly dry for Monday and Tuesday (perhaps a light shower or two for Bay Of Plenty through to Northland in the east on Tuesday) then on Wednesday some heavy rain moves into the South Island’s West Coast.
On Thursday we continue to see rain for the West Coast of the South Island, a few light showers ramp up again for northeastern parts of the North Island (East Cape through to Northland). Friday sees a low descend upon the country moving in from the Tasman Sea and this is when conditions finally become unsettled for most.
So, enjoy the upcoming weather. Not all will have clear sunny days during this period but at least it won’t be rotten to the core, and if there isn’t any low cloud about often there will be some high cloud moving in to spoil the fun and keep everyone on their toes. Sunday through to Tuesday next week should see frosty conditions continue for inland parts of both Islands and perhaps a little beyond at times, feel free to check up on your location at ruralweather.co.nz for more details.