An active cold front over the west of the North Island should continue to track northeast and away from New Zealand tonight (Tuesday) and during Wednesday morning
North Island: A few showers in the west and north. Fine elsewhere, just isolated afternoon or evening showers about the ranges. South Island: Rain in the west and south easing. Scattered rain elsewhere from late morning, clearing evening. Gale northwest then southwest in the south easing.
North Island: Isolated showers in the west from Northland to Manawatu, fine elsewhere. South Island: Showers in the west and far south. Fine elsewhere, but isolated afternoon showers inland.
North Island: Isolated showers in the west from Northland to Kapiti Coast, fine elsewhere. South Island: Rain in the west, possibly heavy, clearing south of Hokitika later. Morning rain in the south, scattered rain in Canterbury High Country. Mainly fine elsewhere, isolated showers about the ranges from afternoon.
Showers on Thursday and early Friday then fine spells. Strong northerlies changing westerly early Friday.
Occasional showers and fine spells, but a period of heavier rain this evening or overnight with possible thunderstorms.
Mainly fine, but a few showers spreading from the west at times.
Occasional showers, more persistent about the ranges. Northwest gales in exposed places.
Periods of rain and thunderstorms about the high country, with northwest gales. Mainly fine elsewhere, but a few showers this evening.
Periods of rain, heavy at times with squally thunderstorms and hail.
Occasional rain or showers, with the odd thunderstorm, but fine spells as well. Snow above 900 metres.
Fine spells, but rain for a time tomorrow.
Wednesday : Northwest 25 knots. Sea rough. Southwest swell rising to 6 metres, period 19 seconds. Northwest swell 2 metres, easing. Poor visibility in showers.
Outlook following 3 days: Thursday: Westerly 20 knots. Heavy southwest swell. Friday: Southwest 15 knots. Heavy southwest swell easing. Saturday: Southwest 15 knots. Moderate southwest swell easing.