Frosty and settled weather for NZ

Sunrise at Point England Reserve, Glenn Innes. Photo:Johan Koch.

WeatherWatch is forecasting a high pressure system bringing frosty and settled weather to New Zealand today.

"There will be showers north of Auckland though and the odd one for the West Coast," says a WeatherWatch spokesperson.

"A few showers along the coastal fringe of the eastern North Island gradually break away."

For Northland, Auckland, Waikato and Bay of Plenty there is a mix of clouds, showers and sun, with expected highs of between 14 and 18 degrees Celsius.

"Auckland northwards is looking a little cloudy, showers moving through north of Auckland into Northland especially in the east.

"Sunnier weather further south with frosty conditions first thing inland away from the coast. East to southeasterly winds."

Western North Island including Central North Island
Sunny, frosty to start especially inland. Light southeasterlies die away.
Highs: 10-14

Eastern North Island
A few showers along the coastal fringe clear away in the morning, sunny spells start to break through from morning inland then nearer the coast from afternoon. Southwesterly winds gradually die away.
Highs: 12-14

Morning cloud breaks away then sunny, light southerlies tend to the north in the afternoon.
Highs: 13-14

Marlborough and Nelson
Sunny after a frosty start, light winds.
Highs: 12-15

Sunny after a frosty start, especially inland. Light winds tending northeast near the coast.
Highs: 8-14

West Coast
A mix of sun and cloud, there may be a shower or two along the coastal fringe, reaching Fiordland in the evening. Light winds.
Highs: 11-14

Southland and Otago
Sunny after a frosty start, especially inland. Light winds.
Highs: 10-12

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