The week ahead is looking mostly unsettled across the nation with low pressure south of the country disturbing the wind flow over us.
Another short lived cold spell is likely to hit the south on Tuesday but snow warnings are highly unlikely for most areas.
The colder air will be gone by Thursday as a large high moves in from the Tasman Sea.
Before the high arrives more strong winds will cross the country, bringing warm conditions to the east before the southerly changes moves north during Tuesday and Wednesday.
By Friday a large high will be moving in and WeatherWatch.co.nz still has moderate to high confidence that most places will enjoy a settled, dry, Labour Weekend.
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