North Island, a few showers for most, possibly heavy during the afternoon and evening. South Island, showers in the west gradually clearing. Mainly fine elsewhere, with isolated afternoon and evening showers.
North Island, cloud increasing, rain developing in the west during the evening. South Island, cloud increasing and rain developing, possibly heavy in the west.
North Island, rain, briefly heavy, easing to a few showers. Clearing in the east to a mostly sunny day. South Island, rain at times in the west and far south, some heavy falls possible along the main divide. Mainly fine elsewhere.
Rain and northerlies on Monday, cloudy periods on Tuesday.Northerlies strengthening and rain developing again late Wednesday.
Mainly cloudy, with scattered showers. A band of heavier rain moves eastwards across most areas with isolated squally thunderstorms.
Cloudy with isolated showers, but widespread for a time during the afternoon or evening.
Showers and possible thunderstorms retreating to the western ranges of Nelson this morning, while easing and becoming isolated elsewhere.
Fine and cloudy periods, with isolated showers. Showers more widespread south of Timaru this afternoon, some heavy and thundery with hail.
Showers, some heavy, with isolated thunderstorms from afternoon.
Cloudy, with occasional rain or drizzle.
Northerly 15 knots but northeast 30 knots west of Cape Farewell to Hawera. Becoming northerly 25 knots but northwest 15 knots in the west this morning then northwest 15 knots everywhere this evening. Sea rough at times. Northwest swell rising to 2 metres for a time. Southwest swell in the west, 1 metre. Poor visibility in rain,with possible thunderstorms, clearing late this morning.
Outlook following 3 days: Northwest 20 knots, becoming Monday evening southwest 20 knots, rising late Tuesday northerly 30 knots, changing Wednesday westerly 30 knots. Sea becoming rough. Moderate northwest swell in the west at times.
Inshore waters from Waitarere to Pukerua Bay and out to Kapiti Island.
An active trough crosses the country today, followed by a narrow ridge on Monday. A second trough moves over the country on Tuesday, while a third trough approaches late Wednesday.
NIL warnings for COOK and STEPHENS
Sunday: Northeast 15 knots rising to 20 knots this morning, turning northwest 15 knots late this afternoon. Sea becoming moderate this morning, easing in the afternoon. Poor visibility in rain developing this morning easing to showers this afternoon.
Outlook until midnight Wednesday: Monday: Northwest 10 knots. Cloudy periods and a few showers. Tuesday: Northerly 10 knots, rising to 20 knots late. Cloud increasing and showers developing. Late rain. Wednesday: Becoming northwest 25 knots. Early rain, briefly heavy, easing to a few showers.
Swell forecast to midnight Wednesday: Northwest 1 metre developing today, easing to half a metre on Monday then rising to 1.5 metres Wednesday.