A humid east to northeasterly airflow lies over the country today. The South Island and much of the North Island is fairly dry with morning cloud for some breaking to sunny areas. Mainly north of the Coromandel one could expect areas of drizzle or patchy rain during the day.
Cloudy with patchy rain or drizzle, easing later in the evening. Rain a little more persistent in the east from afternoon then easing later in the day also. Fresh east to southeast winds. Quite muggy.
Fairly cloudy with drizzle patches or the odd brief shower about the
Coromandel and perhaps northern parts of Auckland at times. Breezy humid
Central North Island, Waikato & Bay Of Plenty
Sunny with some high cloud in the west, skies more cloudier about the
Waikato, Bay Of Plenty and northeastern parts of the Central North Island in a
humid east to northeast airflow. Some morning drizzle about the Bay Of Plenty
Eastern North Island
Sunny spells and some cloud with east to northeast breezes.
Western North Island
Mostly sunny after any early cloud clears. Light winds tend southeast in
the afternoon, winds may tend more westerly in the afternoon about northern
Morning cloud breaks to sunny spells, southerly breezes.
Morning cloud breaks to sunny spells, light winds at first then afternoon
northerlies. Chance of an isolated shower late afternoon for inland areas any of
which clear in the evening.
Morning cloud breaks to sunny spells, chance of a late afternoon and
evening isolated shower especially inland. East to southeast breezes.
Cloudy areas with east to northeast breezes, a few sunny areas break
through in the afternoon especially inland. Low risk of an isolated shower about
inland areas late afternoon and evening.
Morning patchy rain eases then clears early afternoon, sunny spells then
break through. Light winds.
Morning cloud breaks to sunny spells, easterly breezes freshen up in the
afternoon then ease later in the evening.
Southland & Central Otago
Any early cloud clears to sunny weather, light winds and afternoon sea
breezes about coastal areas.
By Weather Analyst Aaron Wilkinson – WeatherWatch.co.nz