North Island, Showers spreading east, but remaining dry about Hawkes Bay and Gisborne. Snow lowering to 700m about the Central Plateau overnight. South Island, Rain, gradually easing. Snow to 3-400m in the south and east.
North Island, A few showers for most, but dry about Hawkes Bay and Gisborne. Snow to 700m at first about the Central Plateau. South Island, A few showers for southern and western areas, with snow to 500m in the south. Fine in the east.
North Island, A few showers west of Tauranga to Whanganui, fine in the east. South Island, A few showers for southern and western areas, with snow to 500m in the south. Fine in the east.
A few showers and light winds for Monday. Showers increasing on Tuesday as strong westerlies develop, and continuing through Wednesday.
Partly cloudy with isolated showers.
Generally fine, with some areas of cloud this evening.
Mostly cloudy at first, with a few showers north of Napier. However, becoming fine about Wairarapa during the morning, and fine spells increasing elsewhere during the afternoon and evening.
Mainly fine, with areas of morning cloud. Becoming cloudy again in Buller this evening, with isolated showers.
Cloud increasing this morning, with the odd shower in Westland, then rain gradually spreading north during the afternoon and evening.
Rain developing this morning, then easing to isolated showers in the afternoon.
Southeast 20 knots, turning southwest 15 knots this morning. Moderate sea,easing. Easterly swell 2 metres, easing. Fair visibility in showers, clearing this morning.
Outlook following 3 days: Becoming Monday afternoon northwest 25 knots, changing early Tuesday southwest 25 knots, easing later Wednesday 15 knots. Sea rough at times.
Southeast 25 knots, becoming southwest 15 knots this morning. Rough sea, easing. Southwest swell rising to 3 metres. Easterly swell north of Cape Reinga, 2 metres easing.
Outlook following 3 days: Turning Monday morning northwest 20 knots, changing Monday evening southwest 30 knots, easing Wednesday 15 knots. Sea rough at times. Southwest swell becoming heavy Tuesday, easing Wednesday.
Manukau and Waitemata Harbours, Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville.
A ridge of high pressure lies over most of New Zealand. A front moves over the lower South Island today, and across the rest of the country on Monday along with an associated deepening low. The low moves away to the east on Tuesday, leaving a strong and unsettled southwest flow over the country until Wednesday.
Wind warning Nil
For the Manukau and Waitemata Harbours: Sunday: Variable 5 knots. Southwest 10 knots developing this morning, rising to 15 knots for a time this afternoon and early evening. Sea slight. Fine, cloud increasing evening. For the Hauraki Gulf and the area from Bream Head to Cape Colville: Sunday: Southerly 10 knots, turning southwest 15 knots this morning and rising to 20 knots this afternoon. Easing to 15 knots again late evening. Sea becoming moderate for a time this afternoon and early evening. Fine, increasing cloud evening.
Outlook until midnight Wednesday: Monday: Tending northwest 15 knots, changing southwest 20 knots late. Cloudy periods, showers increasing from evening. Tuesday: Southwest rising to 25 knots for a time. Occasional showers, easing evening. Wednesday: Southwest gradually easing to 10 knots. A few showers.
Swell forecast to midnight Wednesday: East Coast: About the Inner Gulf: Northeast 1 metre, easing to half a metre or less today, tending northerly Monday. About the Outer Gulf: Easterly 1.5 metres, easing to 1 metre late today and to half a metre Tuesday. Northerly half a metre developing Monday, dying out Wednesday. West Coast: Southwest 2 metres, rising to 2.5 metres today, to 3 metres late Monday, and to 4 metres for a time Tuesday.