Finally some settled weather is due to move in across the country tomorrow due to a ridge of high pressure.
The one caviat to this however is in the form of a warm front, approaching from the Tasman sea. The front will push into the west of both islands towards evening, bringing cloud and some rain with it.
The North Island’s western areas, from Taranaki southwards, are looking at a few spots of rain later in the day, while at the moment it’s looking all clear on the East Coast.
Southwesterlies die out early on for most in the South Island, and give way to some sunny weather.
On the West Coast however, cloud will build through the morning, with that warm front pushing northeasterly winds, and rain onto the region overnight and into Wednesday.
Cloud thickens in all other regions from the afternoon onwards, with northeasterlies freshening, and a few areas of rain possible from evening.