We have a weak sub-tropical low and a weak Tasman Sea low merging this Saturday around the North Island but clearing away at the same time. Friday may be a wet day for some, especially later, as the systems come in. By Sunday high pressure should be forming and that will help push rain clouds away and bring the sun back out.
We take a look at the forecast over the next four or five days – but also a look at the start of June and winter. At this stage there may be some sizeable low pressure systems around New Zealand in the first half of June. It looks as though the busy and very chaotic weather pattern of March, April and May will continue on into June 2017 too.