It's a mixed bag of weather across the country this Easter holiday period.
Metservice forecaster Lisa Murray told Larry Williams most places will have blue skies tomorrow.
There will be some isolated showers, but for most, it will be fine.
Things change over the weekend, with the South Island being hit first.
"As we head into Saturday, there is a front coming from the south. It moves up the South Island on Saturday and then up into the central area and lower and then eventually the Upper North Island by the end of Sunday."
Those showers will linger over the North Island on Easter Monday, while the South Island will have a glorious end to their long weekend.
Murray says although the days might be warm, sitting around the high teens, nighttime temperatures are likely to hit single digits.