North Island, rain in the east easing in the evening. Showers elsewhere, clearing afternoon or evening. South Island, areas of morning cloud, and showers in the east. Becoming mainly fine in the afternoon with isolated showers about the higher grounds.
North Island, mainly fine with isolated showers in the east. Becoming cloudy elsewhere, with rain in the far north by afternoon and elsewhere overnight. South Island, mainly fine with areas of morning cloud and isolated showers from afternoon.
North Island, rain in the north, scattered light rain elsewhere. South Island, rain in the north, scattered rain elsewhere but just isolated showers in Fiordland.
Cloudy periods with a chance of shower on Thursday. Low cloud or fog on Friday and Saturday. Easterlies dying out on Thursday then light winds.
Showers, heavy with hail and possible thunderstorms, clearing for a time tomorrow morning.
Fine, apart from a few showers in the afternoons and evenings, with possible thunderstorms.
A few showers, some heavy with possible hail and thunder, chiefly about the ranges in the afternoons and evenings.
Fine spells and isolated showers. Showers becoming more frequent and heavier inland in the afternoons and evenings, with possible thunderstorms and hail.
Occasional rain this evening. Mainly fine tomorrow.
Rain with heavy falls easing this evening. Rain returns about the coast tomorrow, spreading inland later. Gale southeasterlies about the coast, easing tonight.
Periods of rain, clearing tomorrow morning.
Variable 10 knots but northeast 20 knots west of Cape Egmont to Cape Farewell, changing southeast 15 knots everywhere this afternoon.Sea becoming moderate for a time. Southwest swell west of Cape Farewell to Hawera, 2 metres, easing. Westerly swell in the east,1 metre easing. Poor visibility in a few showers with possible thunderstorms.
Outlook following 3 days: Southerly 15 knots, easing Thursday evening variable 10 knots. Developing Friday easterly 15 knots, rising later Friday northeast 25 knots in the west with rough sea. Becoming Saturday everywhere easterly 15 knots. Moderate northwest swell developing Saturday in the west.
Inshore waters from Waitarere to Pukerua Bay and out to Kapiti Island.
A broad complex trough with several associated lows and fronts affects Aotearoa New Zealand through to Thursday. A brief, narrow ridge passes over the country late Thursday and early Friday, ahead of a warm front that is expected to move the area Saturday afternoon.
NIL warnings for COOK and STEPHENS
Wednesday: Variable 5 knots. Northeast 10 knots developing for a time in the afternoon. Sea slight.Poor visibility in a few showers developing this morning.
Outlook until midnight Saturday: Thursday: Southeast 10 knots, turning southwest 10 knots late morning. Becoming southeast 10 knots again at night. Occasional rain,becoming fine afternoon. Friday: Variable 5 knots. Southwest 10 knots for a time afternoon. Mainly fine, increasing high cloud. Saturday: Variable 5 knots. Southwest 10 knots for a time afternoon. Cloudy periods, a few showers.
Swell forecast to midnight Saturday: Northwest half a metre or less.