North Island, showers for most, gradually easing. South Island, cold and showery in the east, with snow possible down to 600 metres about and south of Canterbury at first. Mainly fine elsewhere apart from isolated showers.
North Island, showers, turning to rain for a time. Brief heavy falls possible in the north. South Island, showers or rain in the east and north, mainly fine elsewhere.
North Island, showers gradually easing and clearing. South Island, scattered rain in the north and in the south, but mainly fine through central parts.
Cloud increasing across the country, with late rain spreading onto northern and western areas, and a few spots spreading across the far south.
Rain at times throughout Tuesday to Thursday, then isolated showers. Easterly winds, strong at times, turning northerly for a time on Wednesday.
Isolated showers, clearing in the afternoon and fine spells increasing.
Fine spells and isolated showers.
Scattered light developing in the morning, becoming widespread and heavier in the afternoon.
Cloudy periods with isolated showers.
A few showers. Thunderstorms and hail possible in the afternoon and evening.
A few showers, turning to rain in the afternoon. Snow to 600 metres.
Periods of rain, heavy at times. Snow to 600 metres.
Rain at times, possibly heavy at night.
Northwest 15 knots, easing to variable 10 knots early this morning. Becoming southwest 20 knots late this morning. Sea becoming moderate. Northeast swell 1 metre. Fair visibility in showers.
Outlook following 3 days: Becoming Tuesday morning northwest 15 knots, rising Wednesday morning 25 knots with rough sea, easing late Thursday westerly 15 knots.
Variable 10 knots. Southwest 15 knots developing this morning, and rising to 25 knots for a time this afternoon. Sea becoming rough for a time. Southwest swell rising to 3 metres. Easterly swell north of Cape Reinga,1 metre. Fair visibility in showers.
Outlook following 3 days: Westerly 15 knots, rising Wednesday morning northwest 25 knots with rough sea,easing late Thursday 15 knots. Moderate southwest swell, easing Thursday.
Manukau and Waitemata Harbours, Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville.
A broad complex trough containing several embedded lows and fronts affects Aotearoa New Zealand through to Wednesday. A narrow ridge moves over the country on Thursday, ahead of a front approaching from the Tasman Sea.
Wind warning Nil
For the Manukau and Waitemata Harbours: Monday: Westerly 10 knots, rising to southwest 15 knots early morning, and to 20 knots late this morning. Easing back to southwest 15 knots this afternoon, and to 10 knots this evening. Sea becoming moderate late this morning, easing this afternoon. Fair visibility in showers, clearing late this afternoon with fine spells developing. For Hauraki Gulf and the area from Bream Head to Cape Colville: Monday: Westerly 10 knots, turning southwest early morning, and rising to 20 knots late morning. Southwest easing to 15 knots this evening. Sea becoming moderate late morning, easing this evening. Fair visibility in showers, clearing late this afternoon with fine spells developing.
Outlook until midnight Thursday: Tuesday: Becoming northwest 15 knots. A few showers. Wednesday: Northwest rising to 20 knots, turning westerly 20 knots late. Showers, turning to rain for a time, possibly heavy. Thursday: Westerly rising to 25 knots, then easing to 10 knots. Showers gradually clearing.
Swell forecast to midnight Thursday: East Coast: Northeast half a metre, rising to 1 metre today, easing to half a metre Thursday. West Coast: Southwest 1.5 metres, rising to 2.5 metres later today, then easing to 2 metres Wednesday.