North Island, fine apart from a few showers north of Taupo, and in the east. South Island, rain or showers in the west, possibly heavy south of the Glaciers, spreading Central Otago southwards. Fine elsewhere.
North Island, fine apart from isolated showers in the north, Gisborne and the higher ground south of Taihape. Rain developing in the far south at night. South Island, rain or showers developing everywhere, possibly heavy in Westland, Canterbury, Otago and Southland.
North Island, rain gradually developing everywhere, heavy falls possible in the far south. Gales possible in Wellington. South Island, rain or showers for most except northern Fiordland and Westland.
North Island, rain clearing in the west and south. South Island, showers gradually clearing in the south while showers develop elsewhere.
Cloudy periods and northeasterlies through the period, except on Wednesday when a few showers develop with strengthening northeasterlies.
Cloudy periods with a few showers, mainly in the north and east.
Fine weather, with plenty of sunshine.
Often cloudy with a few showers about Gisborne and Wairarapa, especially about the ranges. Cloudy periods for Wairarapa.
Variable high cloud, with the odd shower about the ranges tomorrow.
A few showers, turning to rain with possible heavy falls south of Hokitika this evening.
Fine with high cloud.
Variable high cloud. The odd spot of rain tomorrow, with a few more about Stewart Island.
*GALE WARNING IN FORCE* Southeast 35 knots easing to 25 knots this morning. Very rough sea, easing. Southeast swell 3 metres.
Outlook following 3 days: Southeast 25 knots with rough sea, easing late Tuesday easterly 15 knots and Wednesday variable 10 knots. Moderate easterly swell.
Easterly 25 knots. Sea rough. Southwest swell 3 metres. Easterly swell in the north, rising to 2 metres. Fair visibility in a few showers,becoming confined to the north this evening.
Outlook following 3 days: Easterly 25 knots with rough sea, easing Tuesday 15 knots and Wednesday variable 10 knots. Moderate southwest swell easing Monday, returning Wednesday. Moderate easterly swell in the north.
Manukau and Waitemata Harbours, Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville.
A weakening front lies slow moving over the upper North Island today and Monday. Meanwhile, an intense, slow moving high to the southeast of the country extends a ridge across central New Zealand. A second front moves slowly north across the South Island on Tuesday and the North Island on Wednesday.
Strong wind advisory in force for Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville
For the Manukau Harbour: Sunday: Easterly 15 knots, easing to southeast 10 knots in the evening. Sea slight. Partly cloudy, possibly showers until afternoon. For the Waitemata Harbour: Sunday: Southeast 15 knots rising to 20 knots late morning, then easing to easterly 15 knots in the evening. Sea becoming moderate late morning, easing in the evening. Partly cloudy, possible showers until afternoon. For the Hauraki Gulf and the area from Bream Head to Cape Colville: Sunday: Southeast 25 knots gusting 35 knots but 30 knots gusting 40 knots north of Whangaparaoa. Becoming southeast 25 knots gusting 35 knots everywhere in the evening. Sea rough. Partly cloudy, with a fair visibility in a few showers, clearing by afternoon.
Outlook until midnight Wednesday: Monday: Easterly 15 knots but southeast 25 knots north of Whangaparaoa. A few showers, clearing afternoon. Tuesday: Easing to easterly 15 knots everywhere. Mainly fine. Wednesday: Easing to easterly 10 knots. Rain at times.
Swell forecast to midnight Wednesday: East Coast: Easterly 1 metre, rising to 1.5 metres Monday and 2 metres Tuesday. West Coast: Southwest 2.5 metres, easing to 1.5 metres tonight, and to half a metre Monday, rising to 1.5 metres late Tuesday and to 2.5 metres late Wednesday.