HEAVY RAIN FOR THE WEST COAST OF THE SOUTH ISLAND, AND SIGNIFICANT SPILLOVER FOR THE OTAGO AND CANTERBURY HEADWATERS
North Island, a few showers becoming rain in most places. Mainly fine with high cloud about the east coast. South Island, rain spreading to most places, with heavy falls in the west.
North Island, rain, with some heavy falls about the central North Island, easing to a few showers from the southwest. South Island, rain about the west coast with some heavy falls, some rain or showers in the south, mainly fine elsewhere.
North Island, some showers in Northland, a few early showers elsewhere clearing and fine spells increasing. South Island, mainly fine, but a few showers in Fiordland.
Cloudy periods on Friday with strong northerlies. Rain on Saturday, possibly heavy, and strong northerlies easing. On Saturday, mainly fine with light winds.
Scattered showers, a few possibly heavy and thundery this afternoon and evening. Showers becoming isolated tomorrow.
Cloud increasing this evening and showers developing. Showers clearing tomorrow afternoon then fine spells.
Mainly fine. Isolated showers this afternoon and evening.
Cloudy periods. Drizzle about Wellington and Kapiti Coast tomorrow morning.
Mainly fine. High cloud increasing tomorrow and severe northwest gales developing inland.
Mostly cloudy. A few showers, clearing tomorrow afternoon but rain developing later.
Occasional rain, becoming heavy and possibly thundery tomorrow evening. Severe northwest gales developing in Fiordland tomorrow morning.
Northerly 15 knots, rising to northeast 25 knots Thursday evening.Sea becoming rough. Southwest swell, 1 metre. Northeast swell, 1 metre developing.
Outlook following 3 days: Northerly rising Friday morning 35 knots offshore with very rough sea, then easing everywhere late Friday northerly 15 knots and dying out for a time late Saturday. Northeast swell becoming moderate for a time Friday.