A low should cross central New Zealand on Monday as a weakening front sweeps over the South Island. A burst of rain or showers is likely in many areas but amounts should be well below warning levels. On Tuesday, a broad ridge of high pressure should spread over the country and become slow-moving. A weak front should affect the far south of the South Island late Wednesday and early Thursday with some rain there.
Late Thursday or Friday a low from the sub-tropics may approach New Zealand from the north. Rain may develop over Northland, but at this stage, it is not expected to be heavy. The development and movement of this low is somewhat uncertain at this stage and forecasters will continue to monitor its progress.
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