WeatherWatch: Mostly fine outlook for all NZ

A large, slow-moving ridge of high pressure over the Tasman will keep most of New Zealand's weather dry for a few more days. Things will begin to change on Thursday when the high moves to our north-east. The position, and shape of the high will set up a strong on-shore flow for the West Coast. This will likely bring rain to the West Coast by midday Thursday. Nelson could see some rain by late Thursday or early Friday.

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