High pressure continues to slowly move across the Tasman Sea, controlling our weather as it does.
That means a settled day is expected across most of the country. Gisborne is likely to see a few showers tomorrow. Hawkes Bay could also see some showers, but the chances are not as great.
The rest of the country will see a mainly sunny day.
It will likely be a frosty morning for some areas. The coolest temperatures will be found about the deep south with morning lows below zero for inland Southland and Central Otago. Much of Canterbury could also be falling below zero before sunrise.
For daytime highs, the coolest temperatures will be found about the deep south with highs struggling to reach the double digits. The warmest temperatures will likely be about Bay of Plenty, Coromandel Peninsula and Northland with highs pushing into the mid teens.
Homepage image/ Rachel van Stockum
on 9/07/2012 4:01am
Sure have not seen the “Sun” would that be a yellow thing in the sky? it hasn’t come pass this way. Feilding. Bleak, cold, dull, no wind, still and no birds singing (earthquake weather) Ask the northern north islanders to “Stop” hugging the “Sun” share it around OK.. .. hardly saw the sun in June and July is panning out to be the same. whats the rest of July going to be like Duncan