North Island: Rain or showers developing, clearing for most later. South Island: Mainly fine, apart from showers in the far north and south clearing. Rain developing overnight in Westland and Fiordland.
North Island: Mainly fine in the north and east. Isolated showers elsewhere, becoming more widespread in the west from Waitomo to Horowhenua Kapiti Coast. South Island: Rain or showers developing in the west and south, but mainly fine in the east.
North Island: A few showers in the west, but mainly fine from Bay of Plenty to Wairarapa and Wellington. South Island: Rain with possibly heavy falls in the west. Mainly fine elsewhere, but showers spreading north with a southwest change.
Rain with strong northerlies, easing to a few showers Wednesday as winds change westerly. Winds tending northwest and strengthening on Friday.
Mostly cloudy, with isolated showers.
Isolated showers clearing this afternoon and becoming fine.
Occasional morning rain in Gisborne, otherwise mainly fine and warm. Scattered rain developing in Wairarapa this afternoon.
Fine spells. Isolated showers becoming widespread for a time this morning and afternoon, possibly thundery.
A few showers, some heavy, clearing this evening and becoming fine.
Periods of rain, with squally thunderstorms and hail possible.
Fine in Canterbury at first. Scattered rain elsewhere, becoming persistent in Otago and inland Southland this afternoon. A few showers developing in Canterbury from late morning.
Low cloud and rain at times.
*GALE WARNING IN FORCE* Tuesday : Northerly 25 knots, rising 35 knots early afternoon. Easing to northwest 25 knots late afternoon. Sea becoming very rough for a time. Fair visibility in showers clearing in the evening. Possible thunderstorms in the north during the afternoon.
Outlook following 3 days: Wednesday: Changing southerly 25 knots in the morning, easing to southwest 15 knots in the afternoon then dying out in the evening. Very rough sea easing. Thursday: Northwest rising to 25 knots for a time. Sea becoming rough. Friday: Northwest rising to 35 knots. Sea becoming very rough.