National Saturday Forecast – Southwest Airflow (+5 cards) | Weather report
A front moving over the North Island this morning is pulling southwest air over New Zealand, bringing showers to many areas. The Bay Of Plenty however remains mostly dry and the showers dissipate towards the extreme south from this afternoon.
Please refer to your local 10 day hourly forecast for details.
Northland, Auckland, Waikato and Bay Of Plenty
Morning cloud and a few showers then the clearings multiply, a few showers can continue towards the west for the remainder of the day. Windy southwesterly winds.
West of the North Island (including the center of the North Island)
Cloudy areas and a few showers, westerly to southwesterly winds change southerly overnight.
East of the North Island
Sunny and light winds change from the southwest in the afternoon. Clouds and a few showers form around Wairarapa in the afternoon then further north in the evening.
Northwest winds in the morning with clearings, southerly winds develop near noon bringing increased clouds and the possibility of a downpour. A higher probability of showers in the evening.
Marlborough & Nelson
Dry in the morning with a little sun, showers develop in the afternoon with southerly winds, possibly strong with thunderstorms for Marlborough then clearing at night.
It can get a bit of sun at first, then the clouds intensify in the morning with a few showers and cooling southwest winds, the showers rise in the late afternoon (especially in the morning). inland) then emerge overnight.
Showers, clearing of Fiordland in the morning then passage of sunny areas. Further north, expect a mostly cloudy day with showers, clearing in the evening. Winds from the southwest.
Southland and Otago
Showers, possibly heavy, clearing around noon for Southland then in the afternoon for Otago. Maybe not to clear the Otago coast until evening. Once the showers clear, the sunny periods increase, the southwest winds die off in the evening.
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