What better way to talk about how the weather will be around the country on Monday then an actual forecast. So feast your eyes on the information below and plan accordingly.
A few morning foggy areas then expect sunny spells with light south to southeasterly winds. A few showers may affect the tip of Northland during the day.
Sunny spells after any morning fog breaks away, light southerlies. Chance
of a late afternoon shower in the east.
Bay Of Plenty
Mostly sunny with southerly winds.
Waikato & Central North Island
Mostly sunny after any morning fog burns away, light winds gradually
freshen from the southeast from afternoon.
Eastern North Island
Southwesterly winds with increasing cloudy spells, a few showers move in
during the evening.
Any early showers clear then sunny spells increase, southeasterly winds
becoming fresh by evening.
Western North Island
Southeasterlies freshen from morning bringing cloudy spells, the odd shower
possible mainly later in the evening.
Mostly cloudy with the odd shower, brisk southerly winds.
Becoming sunny in the morning, southerly winds.
Some morning cloud then sunny areas increase, cool southerly winds.
Showers, easing and clearing near the coast by midday. A few light showers
may remain inland about the foothills till evening. Cloud gradually breaking in
all areas once showers clear, cool south to southwest winds.
A few morning showers clear to mostly sunny weather, light
Any early cloud clears to sunny conditions, light winds.
Morning cloud breaks away to mostly sunny weather, light winds.
Mostly sunny with light northwesterlies, an overnight southwest change
brings a few brief showers and snow flurries to 500m.
By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz