Here’s what is making the weather headlines today.
HEAVY RAIN MOVES INTO THE FAR NORTH
A low pressure system heading towards the North Island from the north starts to bring rain into Northland this afternoon with heavy falls. Rain with a chance of heavy falls spreads to other parts of the upper North Island this evening then overnight reaching across into eastern regions.
SNOW FLURRIES TO 500M IN THE SOUTH
South to southwesterly winds continue to push showers into Southland and Otago (especially southern parts of the region) today and on Friday, expect snow flurries to about 500m.
POTENTIAL FOR FROSTS COMING UP
If skies are clear enough and winds light enough over the next few nights then frosty conditions will develop, as can be seen in the frost risk maps below. Check out this page here for updated maps as we move forward.