A FINE LOOK TO OUR FRIDAY – VERY HOT INLAND (EARLY CLOUD FOR MOST.)
Good morning. It’s a cloudy and cooler start to the day, with the remnants of yesterday’s southerly change. Areas of low cloud will quickly clear this morning across the Canterbury Plains & Foothills.
High pressure will bring settled and very warm conditions for most of Canterbury today bar a few coastal areas; including Christchurch City which may struggle to budge the low cloud and fresh nor-easterlies. Parts of the Mackenzie Country will nudge 34-35 degrees around 3pm; possibly producing out hottest temperature of the summer. Source your town page for specific temperatures today.
A weak southwest change moves north on Saturday afternoon in South & Mid Canterbury and into North Canterbury during the evening, with shower risk, before an extended period of very warm and dry weather develops across the entire region.
•Please note we’re likely to see some very warm temperatures over the next 7 days; source your town page for specific information.
•Keep up to date with our ‘Live Weather Feed’ for all the latest details and developments.
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Our high pressure starts to gradually slide east with a few minor fronts and systems over the next few days.
Despite a few fronts in the Tasman bringing rain to the Main Divide & Canterbury Headwaters it will remain mostly fine and warm for eastern areas, bar a couple of weak southerly changes.
High pressure will hang on through early and middle stages of next week with more a foehn affect – dry and hot for eastern areas, while rain and showers will linger about the Main Divide & Canterbury Headwaters at various stages.
Please source town pages for specific details and keep up to date with our ‘Live Weather Feed’ for all the very latest information.
GENERAL TWO DAY SUMMARY FOR CANTERBURY – PLEASE CHECK YOUR TOWN FORECAST FOR MORE SPECIFIC INFORMATION.
A fine & warm day across the region. Any early cloud clearing by mid-morning about the coast and lower Canterbury Plains; areas of low cloud may persistent and linger about Christchurch City. Light winds inland, NE winds freshening a tad about the coast confining temperatures in Christchurch City. Very hot inland, especially in the Mackenzie Country. H: 24-35 L: 14-18
Areas of low cloud quickly burning off to sunny & warm conditions. Hot conditions across the region. A weak southerly change from mid-afternoon/evening will bring some cloud; chance of a light isolated shower. H: 28-33 L: 16-18
Source our town pages for 1-7 day forecasts for 27 towns across Canterbury – no computer-generated content and specific information for each town.