Settled today, warm apart from the South Island’s east coast
High pressure lies over New Zealand today bringing settled weather, temperatures will be warm for the western and inner South Island, the east coast has some cloud and the risk of a drizzle patch. Most of the North Island is warm with temperatures getting into the late twenties for inland Bay Of Plenty up through to Northland. Cloud thickens up for the eastern North Island later.
First half of next week, rain or showers in the north
Some rain moves into Northland on Monday next week, pushing a little further south later in the day. Rain or showers push in from the northeast for most northeastern parts of the North Island on Tuesday. Showers on Wednesday in the north meanwhile a southwest change pushing northwards for the eastern South Island later in the day brings a few showers there.
End of January settled
The end of January is looking mainly settled with high pressure hanging around from the 28th – 31st.