- Forecast for the Southern Lakes and Central Otago up until Tuesday 21st November. - November 17, 2017
A depression lies centred just northeast of North Cape and extends a southeasterly airstream over north and northeastern districts of the North Island where a few showers are likely. This depression will be slow moving over the weekend and then move away to the southeast on Monday. An anticyclone in the south Tasman Sea extends eastwards over the South Island with another high centre over Banks Peninsula. This anticyclone will remain slow moving through untill the middle of next week. Forecast for the Southern Lakes and Central Otago for today is for fine sunny weather apart from a little early morning low cloud in some places soon clearing. Light variable winds and warm temperatures. Maximum temperatures recorded yesterday were Queenstown 21.0 degrees. Kinloch 23.9 degrees. Wanaka 23.6 degrees. Arrowtown 21.0 degrees. Forecast upper level winds for today at 1000 metres light and variable. At 2000 metres southerly 30 kph. Freezing level above 3000 metres. Forecast maximum temperatures for today for Queenstown, Kingston and Wanaka 22 degrees. For Glenorchy, Cromwell 23 degrees. For Alexandra 24 degrees. Tomorrow and through until Tuesday fine settled weather will continue with light winds, southerlies from Monday and warm temperatures.
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