UPDATED 7am Easter Monday
Today is shaping up to be dry for up to 90% of the nation as the last day of the Easter break appears and also the school holidays get underway for the first week.
Some cloud continues to cling onto Gisborne and northern parts of Hawkes Bay with some showers easing back but elsewhere over the North island any morning cloud or fog patches should disappear otherwise it’s looking mostly sunny with just a few clouds possible.
Much of the Mainland should see another dry day with West Coasters perhaps seeing a few spits by tonight but nothing of any real significance at this point.
Some morning cloud should peel away otherwise some high cloud could move over the far south but expect plenty of sunshine elsewhere.
(c) – WeatherWatch.co.nz
on 8/04/2012 7:21pm
As far as Auckland goes,Good Friday was the best day by far weatherwise (perfect),Saturday was cloudy but not much wind,Sunday was similar to friday except for that wind and today looks like yesterday.
on 6/04/2012 4:13am
Hey team ..is there a reason the maps page isn’t working only seems to push a few hours ahead ….will that come back to normal soon or is my iPad spinning out!!!
on 6/04/2012 5:30am
HI Roly – it appears to be a fault with Weathermap.co.nz. We’ll contact them to let them know.
on 6/04/2012 12:41am
Isn’t Auckland stunning today!! Thank you!
on 5/04/2012 1:53am
Some people have cancelled their Easter holidays due to forecasts made well in advance on this and other websites. Some mad people on TradeMe general discussion boards….some forecasters are trying too hard to get one up on each other and ruining people’s plans. Unfortunate but true.
on 5/04/2012 2:11am
We provide the forecasts as we see them and it’s up to everyone to make their own plans. We give out the best advice based on the data and knowledge of area .
We did not advise people at any stage not to take a ferry, drive or not to fly as that is not our domain.
Unsure what you’re talking about regarding forecasters.
on 4/04/2012 11:32pm
How’s it looking for Mangawhai over the next few days?