A ridge of high pressure lies over the North Island today and moving around this ridge is a north to northwesterly airflow which flows over the South Island.
Dry for most of the North Island today but there is a shower or two in the north. For the South Island we have showers or patchy rain in the west, dry warm weather in the east.
Please refer to your local, hourly, 10 day forecast for more details.
A mix of sun and cloud from East Cape across to Northland, perhaps a light shower or two also mainly Coromandel through to eastern Northland. Elsewhere for the North Island sees mostly sunny weather, some cloud for Kapiti and Wellington though. And there may be a fog patch first thing for some inland areas with a frosty start.
Patchy rain or showers in the west, the odd shower gets into Nelson and the Marlborough Sounds at times too. Mostly sunny and warm in the east with north to northwesterly winds, temperatures getting into the late teens or early twenties. High cloud may be a bit more persistent about the far south.
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