HEAVY RAIN FOR WESTLAND, BULLER, NORTHWEST NELSON, HOROWHENUA AND KAPITI A complex trough is expected to cross central New Zealand on Thursday, preceded by a humid northerly flow
North Island, some rain or showers for most, easing later. Dry in the east with high cloud. South Island, occasional rain in the northwest, clearing at night. Drizzle for Fiordland, then late rain. Mainly fine elsewhere, but morning low cloud or fog.
North Island, the odd shower in the far north and east. Showers clearing elsewhere and becoming fine. South Island, early heavy rain for Fiordland, then a few showers. Showers developing in southern Westland, Southland and Clutha. Mainly fine elsewhere.
Mainly fine, but one or two showers in the far north and east of the North Island and for southern Westland and Fiordland.
On Friday, cloudy periods, with northerlies developing. On Saturday, often cloudy, with a few showers developing at night. Northwesterlies changing southwest overnight. On Sunday, few morning showers, then fine. Southerlies dying out.
Fine and cloudy periods, with the odd shower, especially tomorrow. Areas of morning fog south of Auckland.
Increasing high cloud. Scattered rain about Wairarapa and southern Hawkes Bay tomorrow.
Cloudy periods and the odd shower today. Rain developing tomorrow morning, possibly heavy for a time, then easing later.
Rain with some heavy falls overnight and tomorrow morning, then easing.
Patchy rain overnight, but becoming fine tomorrow.
Rain with some heavy falls, clearing in the south overnight, but a few showers remaining in Buller and northern Westland tomorrow.
Rain clearing and becoming fine overnight.
Fine today. Occasional rain developing tomorrow.
Northerly 25 knots, easing to 15 knots this afternoon. Rough sea easing. Southwest swell rising to 3 metres, with unusually long period from this evening.
Outlook following 3 days: Northerly 15 knots, dying out early Saturday. Moderate southwest swell, with unusually long period easing Sunday.