We’re sounding a bit like a stuck record with our forecast once more as much of the country will yet again see a mostly dry day with some cloud or sunshine expected for vast parts of the nation.
West Coasters south of Hokitika should see some cloud with possible light,drizzly rain and the odd shower could pop up over the Coromandel and Northland but otherwise any morning fog or cloud is set to clear away from other areas to let the big yellow dominate.
Yesterday parts of Christchurch saw seafog roll in and hang around until near midday but had mostly cleared for the afternoon and sunshine was in its place.There’s a chance of it returning again this morning.
Northlanders have experienced quite a bit of cloud from this anticyclone and today and much of the week could see more cloud hang about with the chance of a shower.
Temperatures again should be quite mild especially in calm or sheltered conditions and are expected to range from the high teens and up to the low 20s however there’s some way to go yet after another cool night in many places.
Single figure lows has dominated two thirds of the country but one or two cloudy areas have stopped the mercury from diving too low. Christchurch is just one degree with foggy patches whereas Invercargill has a mild nor’ wester and 16 degrees to get Tuesday underway.