North Island, isolated showers developing everywhere except Gisborne. Showers turning to rain in the west and becoming frequent in central areas. South Island, showers or rain developing everywhere, clearing in Westland later.
North Island, rain and gale force winds developing everywhere for a time with heavy falls possible south of Waitomo. South Island, rain or showers everywhere for a time, with heavy rain and gale force winds possible north of Central Otago.
North Island, isolated showers north of Auckland, and rain with heavy falls south of Taupo. Rain easing to a few showers elsewhere. Gale force winds possible from Waikato southwards. South Island, rain or showers everywhere except northern Fiordland. Heavy falls and gale force winds possible north of Central Otago.
Cloudy with strong northwesterlies on Monday. Cloudy with a few showers and westerlies on Tuesday. Showers turning to rain on Wednesday with strengthening northwesterlies.
Long fine spells, but also isolated showers.
Fine with high cloud.
Fine, apart from isolated showers in Buller late in the day.
Fine at first. A few showers spreading north during the afternoon and evening.
Fine, apart from some cloudy areas this morning.
Fine with high cloud. However, scattered rain from afternoon or evening.
A few showers, turning to rain this morning with heavy falls later.
Low cloud and possible drizzle.
Northerly 30 knots but southeast 15 knots south of Kaikoura, easing to northerly 20 knots but variable 10 knots in the south this morning, and becoming northerly 30 knots but northwest 20 knots in the south this afternoon. Rough sea in the north, easing for a time. Northeast swell 1 metre,easing.
Outlook following 3 days: Northwest 15 knots but 25 knots in the north. Changing Monday afternoon southeast 20 knots everywhere,rising late Tuesday 40 knots. Changing Wednesday southerly 50 knots with high sea, easing late Wednesday 35 knots. Southerly swell becoming heavy Wednesday.
Northeast 15 knots, rising to northwest 20 knots this evening.Sea becoming moderate. Southwest swell 1 metre developing for a time.
Outlook following 3 days: Changing Monday morning southerly 20 knots. Tending Tuesday southeast and rising late Tuesday 30 knots with rough sea, easing Wednesday southerly 20 knots. Moderate southeast swell developing Wednesday.
Inshore waters from Lyttelton Harbour to the Waimakariri River mouth.
A front approaches the far south while a ridge affects the rest of the country.On Monday,a frontal rainband associated with approaching Cyclone Gita over the north Tasman Sea,spreads across the North Island. Cyclone Gita is expected to move east across central New Zealand sometime late Tuesday into Wednesday.
NIL warning for CONWAY
Sunday: Easterly 15 knots easing to variable 5 knots for a time in the morning, then turning northwest 15 knots from late afternoon. Sea slight. Morning cloud then fine.
Outlook until midnight Wednesday: Monday: Northwest 15 knots, becoming northeast 10 knots in the afternoon and then southeast 15 knots in the evening. Cloud increasing, showers developing in the evening. Tuesday: Southeast gradually rising to 25 knots. Rain. Wednesday: Rising to southerly 35 knots early, easing to 25 knots late.Rain.
Swell forecast to midnight Wednesday: Easterly half a metre or less, rising to southeast 2 metres late Tuesday and to 4 metres Wednesday.