Here’s what is making the weather headlines today.
SOME SETTLED WEATHER MOVES IN
The weather is more settled today thanks to a high in the Tasman Sea starting to nudge it’s way in, we still have a southerly airflow but it is fairly light. Eastern regions and the far especially about coastal spots do have a few light showers or drizzle patches. Western regions are looking drier and sunnier however expect a few showers from a trough, clearing Tasman this morning, moving into Buller this afternoon then reaching Greymouth later this evening.
Potentially very frosty this morning for some inland areas also.
RAIN MOVES INTO NORTHLAND SUNDAY AFTERNOON
Saturday is fairly settled although we do have some cloud and the odd light shower about.
On Sunday expect a northeasterly airflow, freshening for the upper North Island. Expect a few light showers for some coastal spots and patchy showers for the upper North Island. Rain moves into Northland from afternoon thanks to a front flinging out from a low to our northwest, this rain reaches Auckland overnight.
FAIRLY UNSETTLED WEATHER FOR NEXT WEEK
Next week is looking mostly unsettled with more rain on the way thanks to the low mentioned above hanging around in some form for most of this time.
In the distance, Sunday sees a high move in from the Tasman Sea and perhaps some settled weather.