Daily Forecast

David Crow’s Weather Forecast

  • Forecast for the Southern Lakes and Central Otago up until Wednesday 1st March - February 25, 2017
    A large anticyclone with centre east of Tasmania extends across the Tasman Sea and New Zealand to another centre east of the lower North Island.   A weak cold front lies over Mid Canterbury with a few scattered showers there but the weather is mainly fine over the country.   Conditions are not expected to change much over the next few days with the large anticyclone becoming stationary over the country.   Forecast for the Southern Lakes and Central Otago for today is for fine weather apart from some morning cloud which should clear.   Little wind and warm afternoon temperatures.    Maximum temperatures recorded yesterday were Queenstown 19.1 degrees.   Wanaka 24.1 degrees.   Kinloch no report.   Arrowtown no report.   Forecast upper level winds for today at 1000 metres and 2000 metres light and variable.    Freezing level rising to 2800 metres in the evening.   Forecast maximum temperatures for today for Queenstown, Kingston and Glenorchy 21 degrees.   For Wanaka and Cromwell 22 degrees.   For Alexandra 24 degrees.   Tomorrow and right through until Wednesday  fine apart from areas of morning cloud which should soon clear.   Little wind, westerlies predominating from Tuesday and warm afternoon temperatures.    

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