A slow and fairly disorganised low is going to slowly drift towards New Zealand by Friday and the weekend says WeatherWatch.co.nz, meaning a possibly wet start to the holidays for some areas.
The low, which is expected to push a front over the country on Friday and Saturday, most likely lacks the oomph to bring severe weather but heavy rain is likely along the entire West Coast and into Taranaki. It’s unclear if rain warnings will be issued at this stage.
Patchy rain or showers, with long dry spells, is the general forecast for northern and southern regions of both islands predicts WeatherWatch.co.nz.
Eastern parts of the North Island, such as Gisborne and Hawkes Bay, are unlikely to receive much rain, if any.
Showers should spill over into eastern areas of the South Island, but again very low amounts are expected.
Showery conditions will last until the end of the weekend with sunny weather predicted next week for most.
on 13/04/2011 12:53am
What is the weather looking like for Saturday evening in Taranaki? I have checked several sources and they are all different and conflicting.
on 12/04/2011 11:33pm
That is a rainy looking front over Auckland City at the moment. More cumulus on the way V.slowly from the W. Dramatic skies about, showing cirrus & cumulus.
on 13/04/2011 1:05am
No fronts in Auckland today,could be some convergence there with seabreeze action?
on 12/04/2011 10:20pm
When can we expect to see Easter forecast? Not far away now
on 12/04/2011 8:21pm
Its time you guys gave those V8 Drivers a weather notice whether they’ll be driving on slicks or wets or Monsoon Wets in Hamilton this Friday and weekend….. lol
on 12/04/2011 9:05pm
We have a forecast running from 11am which will be updated daily (and more frequently over the weekend).
on 12/04/2011 8:10pm
not looking very good for concreting?? Hauraki Plains?? .
Thanks for the wonderful job you guys do.
on 12/04/2011 9:04pm
Possibly not – we’re expecting rain on Saturday for a time, then showers on Sunday. Next week looks dry but potentially next weekend looks wet again!
p.s. – thank for the support!