Heavy rain for Friday and Saturday will cross through central NZ ahead of a nationwide cold blast on Monday.
Temperatures will take a hit nationwide next week with another cold, windier, surge on Wednesday too. However NZ may not be finished just yet with sub-tropical weather… we may have another low forming north of NZ late next week worth keeping an eye on (not a storm or severe at this stage – but might bring more milder-than-usual weather to NZ if it does form and track southwards).
In Australia high pressure is the dominant force but plenty of showers in the east from Sydney to Brisbane to Cairns and northwards – this remains next week too. Perth has a colder, windier, southerly change next week.
The Tropics has low pressure from Samoa to the Cook Islands – but this low pressure zone will weaken in the days ahead. Have a great weekend – see you again on Monday!