BURSTS OF HEAVY RAIN FOR BULLER, AND HEAVY RAIN CONTINUES ABOUT THE RANGES OF WESTLAND UNTIL MIDNIGHT MONDAY
North Island, mainly fine, but showers for Northland, Taranaki, Kapiti and Wellington. Gale northerlies for Wellington. South Island, high cloud in the east, with scattered late rain in the south. Rain west of the divide, possibly heavy. Northerlies rising to gale in exposed places.
North Island, becoming cloudy and showers or rain developing in central and southern areas. Fine in the north. South Island, rain for most places, clearing. Becoming fine in the south but remaining cloudy in the north.
North Island, mainly fine in the north. A few showers for central and southern areas clearing. South Island, a few showers in the north, and also west of the divide. Cloud about Canterbury Plains breaking during the afternoon.Otherwise fine.
Cloud increasing Wednesday, with showers and northerlies developing.A period of rain Thursday with winds changing southwest, then dying. Showers clearing but remaining cloudy Friday, and northerlies developing.
Generally fine weather.
Cloudy periods and a few showers.
Fine with high cloud.
Fine, with variable high cloud at times. Occasional rain developing about the western areas of Wairarapa this morning.
Occasional rain in Horowhenua, spreading south this morning.
Cloudy periods, with scattered rain about Nelson and western Marlborough.
Rain, with some heavy falls, clearing from Westland this in the morning.
Fine apart from some showers about the coasts.
Northwest 20 knots easing to variable 10 knots for a time this morning. Moderate sea easing for a time. Southerly swell,1 metre. Northeast swell 1 metre.
Outlook following 3 days: Northeast rising Wednesday morning 30 knots. Changing early Thursday southwest 30 knots, becoming late Thursday northwest 15 knots. Turning Friday northeast 15 knots. Sea rough at times. Southwest swell becoming moderate offshore for a time Thursday.