HEAVY RAIN FOR COROMANDEL PENINSULA, WESTERN BAY OF PLENTY AND GISBORNE A trough is moving slowly southwards over the upper North Island preceded by easterly winds and a band of rain
North Island, rain in the east, possibly heavy in Gisborne, a few showers elsewhere, especially afternoon. South Island, often cloudy with patches light rain or drizzle.
North Island, rain in the east, showers becoming widespread elsewhere. South Island, rain in Marlborough, patches light rain or drizzle elsewhere, but dry in Southland and Clutha.
North Island, rain or showers in most places, sunny breaks increasing Kapiti and Wellington. South Island, cloudy periods in Southland and Clutha.Elsewhere, scattered rain or drizzle gradually clearing.
North Island, a few showers in the east and far north, becoming fine elsewhere. South Island, remaining drizzle patches clearing, and sunny spells increasing, but showers in Fiordland.
From Tuesday through to Thursday, cloudy periods and northeasterlies.
Fine spells and a few showers.
Rain at first, with a few heavy falls. Showers tomorrow.
Rain, with some heavy falls, easing tomorrow.
Rain, persistent and heavier north of Wairarapa.
Mostly cloudy. Patchy light rain at times.
Rain, becoming patchy in Nelson and Buller tomorrow.
Cloudy, with patchy rain or drizzle.
Mainly fine at first. Cloudy tomorrow with a few spots of rain.
Mostly cloudy. A few showers possible.
Northeast rising to 25 knots this morning. Sea becoming rough. Southerly swell 1 metre. Northeast swell 1 metre developing. Fair visibility in drizzle at times.
Outlook following 3 days: Northeast 20 knots. Easterly swell becoming moderate Thursday.