High pressure remains anchored out over the Tasman Sea and is slowly starting to move over New Zealand, but Sunday remains very similar to Saturday with breezy Sou’Westers blowing up the west coast, mostly sunny weather in many places but still gloomy in the very south with patchy rain.
Rain may be heavy at times in Fiordland but Southland and some parts of Otago again getting patchy spits of rain, some a little more set inand for others it may be very light and not make the ground wet (especially inland).
In the afternoon this narrow band of rain moves up into Dunedin and tonight it may become more set in around Coastal Otago and on the other side of the island in South Westland.
Most other places have a great day today with dry weather and plenty of sunshine…don’t forget those burn times now too!
Highs across NZ: 17 to 28