More sub-tropical winds this week means this week will be warmer than last with little, if any, frost or snow in the forecast.
A wet norâ€™easter is moving back in to the upper North Island with a chance of localised heavy downpours and gales.
Temperatures will remain above average all week, with the next potential southerly not arriving until late Sunday.
PLEASE NOTE: *Recorded Monday AM – please note since this was recorded we’re now forecasting gales may gust much stronger to 120km/h. Latest news here
on 7/07/2014 7:54am
Hello, is there any signifcant snow events looking likely for the school holidays?
on 7/07/2014 8:36am
At this stage no, the first week definately not, the second week has a higher chance of a snow event but overall from this far out it’s looking like the air won’t be cold enough for any significant low level snow.