Another low in the Tasman Sea today promises more rain for saturated parts of the country.
In particular northern and western facing regions should cop the heaviest falls. Heaviest rain is likely to be between noon today and the early hours of Tuesday morning. There’s a possibility the warm and then quickly following cold front may generate a few isolated thunderstorms, but nothing widespread at this stage.
The rain will be followed by a showery sou’wester on Tuesday.
Continuing to buck the trend is Southland with another fine and frosty day today – but cloudier skies are likely tomorrow with maybe even some light drizzle or a light shower.
The rest of the week should see more rain and showers on Wednesday then winds and showers easing in most places towards the end of the working week.
WeatherWatch.co.nz is now looking ahead to the next system – last week we mentioned the possibility of a polar blast moving through. The computer models remain at odds with this prediction however it does still appear that a period of weekend rain will develop.
on 28/06/2010 1:21am
I find the report lacks detail quote “Most Places” where actually is most places? do I live there? I will remain with the Forecast that we check each day.
on 28/06/2010 1:29am
Thanks for your feedback. Please note this is a news story not a specific forecast. We encourage all readers to be up to date with the forecasts for their area. Either by using WeatherWatch.co.nz’s detailed Auckland forecast, or for other regions, using other weather providers.
on 27/06/2010 7:41pm
What a surprise!
Anyway right now ZB gives 11c currently,8¬∞ down the road in a Greylynn station,is it that big a difference in the city?