North Island, occasional showers in the west. Mostly fine in the east and south but showers developing from afternoon, however, remaining dry for Hawkes Bay and Gisborne. South Island, showers spreading to most places, but fine for southern Westland and northern Fiordland.
North Island, showers, clearing for Bay of Plenty and Rotorua. South Island, occasional showers in the east and south, with snow to 400 metres in the south. Mostly fine in central and western areas but showers spreading there during the afternoon and evening.
North Island, rain in the north, possibly heavy, easing later.Showers in the south, clearing for western areas. South Island, fine in the west. Cloudy in the east, with showers retreating to the far south and the east coast.
Occasional showers Monday and Tuesday, heavy at times, clearing Wednesday but remaining cloudy. Gale westerlies, turning gale southerly on Tuesday, then easing Wednesday.
Showers turning to rain from late morning, heavy and possibly thundery for a time. Rain easing to a few showers in the evening. Northwest gales in exposed places, easing this morning.
Showers about the ranges, becoming heavy this afternoon and a few spreading east, then clearing at night.
Showers, some heavy with possible squally thunderstorms and hail until this morning.
Showers becoming few and far between during the morning and fine spells increasing.
Scattered rain, falling as snow above 600 metres at first, clearing this afternoon.
Periods of rain.
Northwest 20 knots, changing southerly 15 knots for a time this morning.Changing southerly 20 knots late this afternoon. Sea moderate at times.Southerly swell, 1 metre.
Outlook following 3 days: Changing Monday morning northwest 15 knots and Monday night southerly 20 knots, rising to overnight Tuesday 35 knots with very rough sea, easing late Tuesday 25 knots. Southerly swell becoming moderate Tuesday.