Weather Workshop: All Districts forecast for NZ
All Districts forecast from Weather Workshop:
Situation: Anticyclonic conditions cover much of the
Island. A frontal zone should move slowly north over the South
Island today as a small low on the front passes southeast to
lie well east of Otago by the end of the day. The front is
followed by a ridge of high pressure from another anticyclone
over the south Tasman Sea.
NORTHLAND, BAY of PLENTY/ROTORUA, TAUPO, GISBORNE,
and WAIRARAPA: Fine today apart from a few cloudy periods. Light
winds in most places.
COROMANDEL PENINSULA, WAIKATO, WAITOMO, TAUMARANUI,
TARANAKI, TAIHAPE, WANGANUI and MANAWATU, Skies rather cloudy
With a few light showers. Showers becoming more frequent in
Wanganui and Manawatu from afternoon. West to northwest winds
from Taranaki south, elsewhere light breezes.
WELLINGTON: Mainly fine at first but towards
increasing. Some patchy rain possible after dark. Northerlies
Showers developing in the western ranges this morning,
elsewhere mainly fine. Southwesterlies tending northwest this
MARLBOROUGH: Mainly fine for much of
the time but from evening
patchy rain spreading from the south with southwesterlies
cloudy day with some scattered rain likely in
most places at times. Northeasterlies turning southwest later.
BULLER, WESTLAND and FIORDLAND: Rain south of
further north this morning then easing to showers south of the
glaciers from early evening. Not a great deal of wind for much
of the day. Southwesterlies working as far north as Haast later.
and SOUTHLAND: Outbreaks of rain then during the afternoon
a change to showers with increasing fine breaks about the south
coast with southwesterlies developing. This change further
spreading north later.
A few showers at first then turning to rain
from mid afternoon. Northwesterlies freshening.
THE OUTLOOK FOR
TOMORROW: Southwesterlies becoming general over
the country with showers in most places. Along the South Island
west coast mainly fine. Cold and showery at the Chathams.
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