The cold air aloft and strong low off to our east will start to lose their grip on our weather tomorrow. That means the blustery, showery conditions seen today in many areas will be replaced with more settled conditions.
Winds will still be a bit breezy overnight and into early Monday morning for the lower North Island, but they will ease off as we head toward the afternoon.
Skies are likely to remain a bit on the cloudy side about the North Island as we begin the day. But skies will gradually become sunnier as the day wears on.
Monday is likely to be the first in a string of settled days. We will be keeping out eye on a low that’s expected to slide off the Australian coast on Tuesday. That could bring some rain to the North Island on Thursday. Otherwise, a fairly quiet weather week appears to lie ahead.