Here’s what is making the weather headlines today.
RAIN HEAVY FOR UPPER NORTH ISLAND THIS EVENING / OVERNIGHT
A front moves into the western North Island from this afternoon, this evening and overnight rain for the upper North Island may be heavy. For any potential watches and warnings from Metservice visit this page here.
For detailed rainfall figures for your location visit ruralweather.co.nz and use the search function.
FROSTS GRADUALLY BECOMING HEAVIER
A few light frosts this morning for the inner South Island, becoming frostier on Wednesday morning, more widespread on Thursday morning.
BIG LOW MOVES IN ON FRIDAY
A large low pressure system moves close to the western side of the country on Friday, a front coming out of this low moves over New Zealand bringing rain with heavy falls for some in the west.
Expect strong northeasterlies in the morning, especially for coastal areas, winds change more to the north or northwest in the afternoon with winds easing in some spots.