Sunday is set to be mostly dry over much of New Zealand with the risk of isolated showers and the only real rain threat is for Fiordland and southern Westland.
Parts of the Manawatu though have seen showers move through overnight.
We’re continuing to watch an incoming depression or subtropical low and it’s effect will be felt moreso tomorrow and up until the middle of the week for parts of the country.
There’s still a second system due at the end of the working week and also bring a pool of much colder air in behind it for southern regions.
Overnight lows wre quite close to normal for many of us and today and tonight temperatures could be slightly on the climb.
Sunday is looking fairly plain sailing and no significant wind on the horizon and we’ll update the situation at 7am.