The one thing you will notice, you'll be outside in the garden and just feel the air and you'll go, 'wow! This feels mild.' It will be.
Twenty degrees, Invercargill, you'll have the deckchairs out in the garden [deckchair gesture], very pleasant indeed.
That's the good-looking day, so you might be thinking [finger on chin], hmmm, that's the better barbecue day. Certainly is ... lovely day in fact, neighbours might be coming round.
If you sort of look out the window in the morning [gestures doing so], say, on Saturday and go [pulls face], 'uuurgh, yucky,' it will be getting better.