The weather forecast for Anzac Day could not be better and it's one of the best forecasts WeatherWatch has given in years.
This predicted fine weather tomorrow is thanks to a very large high that will be parked smack bang over the top of the nation, says WeatherWatch.
That should ensure mostly light winds and dry weather from Northland to Southland, Westland to Eastland.
There is a very slight chance of some early showers in Northland which will be clearing around dawn.
Dawn ceremonies will be a little cooler tomorrow morning but not freezing for most.
Frosts are possible through the South Island highlands and parts of Otago.
It'll be cold in the single digits first thing but overall Wednesday looks pleasant and mild for most regions by lunchtime.