Showers and some patches of rain are slowly moving across the country today, bringing another round of colder air for southern and eastern areas particularly.
Dunedin and Christchurch are going for highs of 12 and 13 today respectively but warm up to the mid teens by Friday.
Wellington will see the odd spit of rain or shower today turn to rain overnight with a southerly change that will drop your high from 15 today to just 12 on Wednesday.
This morning showers and spits of rain are affecting a number of South Island areas although rain isn’t widespread, just patchy.
North Islanders have a fairly dry morning for the most part but rain or showers will move into Taranaki this morning and spread across the lower North Island, with cloud thickening in other western and northern areas later.
Rain or showers are most likely overnight and tomorrow morning in the North Island with a few heavy showers about on Wednesday, a few coming in from the Tasman Sea may produce thunderstorms for western areas.
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