The front which has brought wet weather to much of the South Island will be moving north tomorrow – associated with the strong northwesterly airflow which blew through Cook Strait today.
That NW system will once again influence proceedings, with the west of the North Island in particular in for some inclement weather.
Taranaki could find itself in the firing line, with heavy showers and possibly steady rain a real risk for that part of the country.
A mild day looks likely for the east of the South Island, with mainly sunny skies, in the wake of today’s gloom.
– Aaron Wilkinson & Drew Chappell, WeatherWatch.co.nz
– Photo: Mandeno Moments