Friday is looking pretty much hunky dory for the majority of New Zealand – thanks to a large, dominating high over the North Island and that westerly airflow over the south.
Unlike yesterday, where the wind ruffled some feathers in the South Island in particular, the only real risks todayseem to be rain associated – and in places that are well used to it.
Fiordland and Southern Westland are looking wet towards the end of the day, with earlier patchy drizzle or showers becoming heavier towards evening and increasing overnight.
Other than this, we’re looking relatively risk free – until tomorrow, where windy weather may again be a factor for some parts of the country. Watch this space!
– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell, WeatherWatch.co.nz
– Map: Google