It’s a mild morning across New Zealand this morning as a frontal system approaches from the west. Most centres in the North Island are between 11 and 15 degrees with the bulk around 13 or 14.
In the South Island it’s a little cooler but still relatively mild compared to previous mornings. Most main centres are between 8 and 10 degrees with no sign of frosts anywhere across the country.
The main frontal band is going to move in to the North Island overnight tonight but a few showers may affect the far west such as Taranaki or the Far North. A low pressure system will develop on the northern tip of the front tomorrow and that may fuel further rain into eastern places such as East Cape and Gisborne during Wednesday.
Elsewhere conditions should improve tomorrow with a light southerly developing in many areas. A high will move in from the west for Thursday and Friday.