We have no weather video due to sick leave so instead we’re giving you all of our maps to help make sense of what is coming in the days ahead.
This week has three distinct sections to it. The first is the southerly for Monday with a few showers. The second is incoming high pressure for Tuesday and Wednesday (with cold nights and some frosts in sheltered areas, especially the South Island). The third is a sub-tropical northerly flow later this week with a Tasman Sea low and rain moving in.
Here are some maps to make sense of it all. Our weather videos return tomorrow, Tuesday.
PRECIPITATION (RAIN + SNOW FORECASTS):
PRECIPITATION – HISTORIC:
TEMPERATURES – DEPARTURE FROM NORMAL (Ie, how much warmer or colder is it comapared to this date in history):
VISIBILITY / FOG: