We have one large high moving away and another large one moving in – wedged neatly between the two is an area of mild sub-tropical rain.
Totals vary today – a combination of high pressure weakening some rain bands, along with our mountains and ranges – while the sub-tropical energy is also helping fuel much heavier falls, especially at sea and brushing some parts of the North Island
Here’s the latest forecast covering the next 21 hours (from 6am today to 3am tomorrow, Friday. The second other map covers the next 72 hours, from 6am today to 6am Sunday. The bulk of the rain is on Thursday PM. Below is just a guide, some areas may get a little more or a little less due to the terrain of NZ.
6am THURS – 3am FRIDAY: