A southeasterly airflow lies over the North Island on Tuesday while a ridge of high pressure affects the South Island.
Not a lot going on around New Zealand tomorrow – in fact for much of the week, as reported in stories today and yesterday by WeatherWatch.co.nz – just mainly settled weather.
Some early heavy rain is possible about Northland tomorrow then clearing. The rest of the North Island is mainly sunny, perhaps an early frost about some inland spots. Cloud and the odd shower affects the East Coast.
The South Island is mainly sunny also, with a frosty start inland then light winds. Just a touch of cloud about Fiordland and Southland.
– Aaron Wilkinson, WeatherWatch.co.nz