A weak front is currently moving up the South Island and will head into the North Island on Wednesday. Itâ€™s falling apart as it runs into high pressure and isnâ€™t likely to deliver much rain as it tracks northwards.
By Thursday high pressure still dominates over the country but a developing sub-tropical Northerly may help trigger some rain over the North Island as it combines with a weak low in the Tasman Sea on Friday.
After Cyclone Donna two weeks ago and the Antarctic blast last week, the next several days ahead arenâ€™t very dramatic. But with the North Island wetter than average more rain may not be welcome.
Finally, some good news, if the models stay true Sunday looks to be a stunning day across many parts of New Zealand.
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