A low pressure system is forming north of NZ today and will spread down over the country on Wednesday bringing rain mostly to the North Island.
High pressure remains in charge for Monday and while it slips away on Tuesday it will bring warmer winds into some places. By day most regions are warmer than average until mid week at least.
Rainfall totals look high in some parts of the upper North Island, with lower totals the furth south you go.
This weekend another low will form in the Tasman Sea and spread over the country bringing more rain. There will likely be another rain maker early next week in some places then high pressure should return again.