We have a couple of rain makers affecting New Zealand this week. The first is a low just off the Northland coast today… the second will be another low just off the Northland coast this Saturday.
Like the low today, the one on Saturday will start as a rainmaker further south and then track northwards.
For the most part, many regions are drier than average this week rainfall wise (compared to average).
Also, many areas are average to warmer than average this week, but another cool down arrives on Friday in the South Island and may produce a little more snow in the mountains and lower South Island ranges. (doesn’t look as big as Monday morning’s snow event was).