Sunday has an interesting set up across the country as the large low from the Tasman Sea slowly moves in and falls apart. It’s an interesting set up because the north of the country will have warm nor’westers blowing through while the south will have the opposite – colder sou’easters.
Daytime highs today will be in the low to mid 20s in the north but possibly as low as just 11 or 12 in the south.
As the low moves away there’s plenty of high pressure moving in this coming week.
So, does it feel like summer is still holding on where you are? Or do you feel like autumn’s weather and ‘feel’ has now arrived?