Here’s what is making the weather headlines today.
SNOW FLURRIES IN THE FAR SOUTH LIFT
Snow flurries about the far south and Fiordland to about 500 or 400m this morning will gradually lift, especially from afternoon to above 800m tonight. Showers clear for Otago this evening and become restricted to Southland.
STILL A LITTLE WINDY TODAY, EASING TOMORROW
Winds from the west or southwest will still be blustery or perhaps even strong about some coastal areas today as in the map below, the western North Island and the southeastern corner of the South Island stand out here. But tomorrow, winds will have backed off for many apart from the far south and for the lower North Island where winds may still be a bit breezy.
EASTERN REGIONS WARM TODAY AND TOMORROW
Enjoy today and tomorrow in the east of the country, thanks to a westerly airflow temperatures will be in the mid to late teens for Canterbury up through to Gisborne. It should be generally sunny too but there may be some high cloud about.
A bit frosty this morning to start though for the eastern South Island.