Weather headlines (x3) for this weekend: Low pressure moves away, Front moves into far south later, Weather Sunday / Monday | WeatherWatch

Here’s what is making the weather headlines this weekend.

LOW PRESSURE MOVES AWAY

A low pressure system that brought some unstable weather to the North Island yesterday is moving away to the southeast today. Showers out west mostly clear this evening while in the east showers continue for much of today although Gisborne may not see showers until this afternoon.

FRONT MOVES INTO THE FAR SOUTH LATER TODAY

While it won’t do very much apart from bringing thickening cloud and perhaps a few light showers, a front moves into the lower South Island later today. Cloud thickens up the east coast overnight.

WEATHER ON SUNDAY / MONDAY

SUNDAY

Eastern regions are cloudy, east to northeasterly winds for the eastern South Island and southeasterly winds for the eastern North Island. A few light showers or drizzle patches possible, mainly about the eastern North Island. The western North Island has a mainly sunny day then later on cloud develops for Coromandel through to eastern Northland bringing a shower or two. The West Coast has a mostly cloudy day too, perhaps more in the form of mid and high level cloud, light showers for South Westland later in the day.

MONDAY

Morning cloud breaks for the eastern North Island then mostly sunny with northeasterly winds, sun and some high cloud out west with a few light showers at times Coromandel northwards especially in the east. Cloudy for the West Coast of the South Island with showers, more so later in the day. In the east expect high cloud and some sun at times after morning lower level cloud breaks away. Winds from the northeast.

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