It almost feels like this high pressure system over NZ is part of the family now…we’ve known it since last Monday afterall and it’s not leaving NZ until mid to late next week.
Today the centre of this great-big-high finally transits over New Zealand from the Tasman Sea to the Pacific Ocean.
We have a simple forecast for NZ today. A mix of sun and cloud. Mainly dry. After a cold start a warm afternoon and tonight, the beginning of a new sub-tropical flow begins which means a warmer night in the upper North Island and lower South Island.
Have a great Sunday across Aotearoa – the land of the long white cloud (just reminding you before you complain it’s not sunny enough!).
– WeatherWatch.co.nz – New Zealand’s largest private forecaster