A large belt of high pressure is moving across New Zealand this week and will bring calm, dry and mild weather to most regions.
A few large downpours, some with isolated thunder, are possible in the upper North Island over Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during the afternoon or early evening.
Theyâ€™ll be isolated/hit and miss but some may be quite heavy.
By Friday a light southerly flow may see a few light showers in coastal parts of Southland and Otago but certainly nothing significant.
This weekend a very large and quite a deep low pressure will move back in from the sub-tropics but the high pressure belt over New Zealand may well keep this low away from land (along much of the weather). Finally, we take a long range look at the rest of November showing a sped up wind map that shows one common trend: Get used to high pressure