No frosts, but parties on the beach are probably out too. What will you do? That is the question no one will be weighing up when they consider tonight’s overnight lows. At least vineyards will likely not have to shell out thousands to keep helicopters in the air battling very cold air.
The pick of the bunch tonight is Wellington with a low of 11 degrees meanwhile Central Otago and the Mackenzie Country may if they are lucky get down to 1 or 2 degrees.
Tomorrow is the eastern side of New Zealand’s time to shine, highs in the late teens or possibly even early twenties for some from Canterbury up through to Gisborne. Perhaps a walk on the beach does sound tempting in the afternoon. Auckland and Northland don’t miss out on warm highs but there will be more cloud cover and showers about.
Southland and parts of Fiordland wear the dunce hat getting up to 11 to 13 degrees.
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By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz