North Island, a few showers, gradually clearing from the south, but mainly fine about Rotorua and Bay of Plenty. South Island, mainly fine, but early showers in the northeast, and showers developing in the west.
North Island, mainly fine, apart from isolated showers from Waitomo to Taihape, spreading to Kapiti later. South Island, fine apart from showers in the west and about Stewart Island.
Rain, turning to showers late Monday as winds change southwest. Showers clearing early Wednesday. Showers return Thursday as winds tend strong northwest.
Isolated showers, becoming more widespread for a time tomorrow afternoon.
Mainly fine today, high cloud tomorrow with a few spots of rain.
Cloudy periods, with isolated showers in the north. Rain for a time tomorrow morning, returning south of Whanganui in the evening. Gale northwesterlies in exposed places in the south.
Fine spells. A period of rain early tomorrow, then mainly fine. However, showers return to Marlborough in the afternoon.
Rain, heavy and possibly thundery early tomorrow, gradually easing to isolated showers.
High cloud. Scattered rain about coastal Southland, gradually spreading northwards tomorrow.
A few showers, rain developing tomorrow afternoon.
Northwest 15 knots, rising to 25 knots this morning. Changing southwest 25 knots this evening. Sea becoming rough. Northwest swell 1 metre developing.Poor visibility in a period of rain this afternoon.
Outlook following 3 days: Southwest 25 knots with rough sea, easing Tuesday morning southwest 15 knots, then becoming late Wednesday variable 10 knots. Developing late Thursday southwest 15 knots.
Northwest 15 knots, rising to 25 knots early morning.Changing southwest 25 knots this afternoon,easing to 15 knots this evening.Sea becoming rough for a time. Southwest swell rising to 4 metres. Northwest swell 1 metre developing for a time.Poor visibility in a period of rain this late morning through afternoon.
Outlook following 3 days: Southwest 15 knots, easing Wednesday variable 10 knots. Heavy southwest swell easing Tuesday.
Manukau and Waitemata Harbours, Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville.
A low from Tasman Sea moves east across the South Island today,while an associated front moves north across the country,followed by a ridge on Tuesday and Wednesday.On Thursday,a cold front moves onto the lower South Island from the southwest while the ridge remains over the North Island.
Strong wind advisory in force for Manukau Harbour, Hauraki Gulf, and the area from Bream Head to Cape Colville.
For the Manukau Harbour: Monday: Northwest 15 knots, rising to 20 knots this morning and to 25 knots gusting 35 knots for a time around midday. Turning westerly 20 knots this afternoon, and southwest 20 knots this evening. Sea becoming rough for a time around midday. Occasional showers, and poor visibility in a period of rain around midday,easing toward evening. For the Waitemata Harbour: Monday: Northwest 15 knots, rising to 20 knots this morning. Turning westerly 20 knots this afternoon, and southwest 20 knots this evening. Sea becoming moderate this morning. Occasional showers, and poor visibility in a period of rain around midday,easing toward evening. For the Hauraki Gulf and the area from Bream Head to Cape Colville: Monday: Northwest 20 knots gusting 30 knots, rising to 25 knots gusting 35 knots this morning. Changing westerly 25 knots gusting 35 knots this afternoon, easing to southwest 20 knots this evening. Sea becoming rough this morning, easing this evening. Occasional showers developing this morning, and poor visibility in a period of rain this afternoon.
Outlook until midnight Thursday: Tuesday: Becoming southwest 15 knots in the morning, easing to 10 knots in the evening. Mainly fine, chance shower. Wednesday: Southwest 10 knots dying out. Fine. Thursday: Southwest 10 knots developing. Fine.
Swell forecast to midnight Thursday: East Coast: Northerly half a metre or less, dying out Tuesday. West Coast: Northwest half metre, rising to 1 metre for a time today,dying out Tuesday. Southwest 2.5 metres, rising to 4 metres today,then easing to 3 metres Tuesday and to 2 metres Wednesday.