A ridge of high pressure gradually pushes in over New Zealand today, extending out from and anticyclone in the Tasman Sea. This brings increasingly settled weather to most regions although the eastern North Island still sees showers which finally clear this evening.
Please refer to your local, hourly, 10 day forecast for more details.
Northland, Auckland, Waikato & Bay Of Plenty
Mostly sunny, some high cloud possible for a time mainly afternoon. Light southeasterly winds.
Western North Island (including Central North Island)
Morning cloud then becoming mostly sunny in the afternoon, light southeasterlies.
Eastern North Island
Mostly cloudy with a coastal shower or two, showers may become a little more widespread in the afternoon for a time then clearing evening. Southwesterlies die out later in the day.
Some cloud, chance of a shower around midday then sunny areas increase from afternoon. Southerly winds die out in the evening.
Marlborough & Nelson
Any early cloud clears otherwise sunny, perhaps an early shower for Tasman then clearing. Light southerlies tend to the north or northeast in the afternoon.
Some morning cloud then becoming mostly sunny around midday, southwesterlies at first then tending light northeast in the afternoon. Some high cloud later in the day.
Mostly sunny, some high cloud gradually spreads northwards from afternoon. Buller in the morning then down through to about Greymouth in the afternoon may see a shower or two spreading in from the north. Fiordland sees late evening showers. Light winds.
Southland & Otago
Any early showers clear before dawn then expect some morning sun, high cloud develops from afternoon. Southwesterlies first thing die away, tending west to northwest in the afternoon.