Last week we had a northeasterly airflow for much of the time, now this week the airflow flicks around to the south bringing in cooler temperatures. There doesnâ€™t look to be much precipitation about this week although the east coast of the North Island may see some rain on Thursday. Western regions of both islands will in fact be quite sunny this week.
For todayâ€™s weather check out this mornings forecast here.
On Tuesday expect a southerly airflow across the country, western regions of both
islands look to be mostly sunny with south to southeasterly winds. Sunny spells
for the South Islands east coast although some cloud increases later with a few
coastal showers possible. Mostly cloudy for the North Islands east coast and
about Wellington with occasional showers, especially afternoon
Wednesday comes along and western regions once again experience
sunny weather, a bit cold morning and night however with frosts in sheltered
areas. Sunny spells increase about Southland and Otago from morning, periods of
cloud and the odd shower about coastal Canterbury and Marlborough with
southwesterly winds. Wellington and the east coast of the North Island sees
showers with cold southerly winds.
Mostly sunny for western regions of the North Island on Thursday although expect south to southwesterly winds to
freshen around midday for all. Showers about Wellington, rain for the east coast
in the morning then easing afternoon, strong southerly winds. Sunny for the
South Islands West Coast, Southland and Otago with light winds. Canterbury and
Marlborough sees periods of cloud with easing southwesterlies, the odd shower
mainly about the coast clears in the morning. Frosty at night for many South
A northerly airflow picks up across the South Island on Friday with mostly sunny weather in the east, about Southland and Nelson, some developing high cloud. Skies becoming cloudy in the morning on the West Coast, showers move in later in the day. Mostly sunny across the North Island with
light winds, some cloud moves into the west from evening. Morning rain clears on
the east coast then sunny spells increase with southwesterlies easing.
By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz