North Island, the odd shower for most, but fine about Bay of Plenty. South Island, fine for Nelson. Showers elsewhere clearing and becoming fine, except about Buller and in the far south.
North Island, a few showers about Gisborne, mainly fine elsewhere apart from isolated afternoon and evening showers south of Hamilton. South Island, fine for most, but occasional showers in the far south, and isolated afternoon and evening showers inland north of Mt Cook.
North Island, fine spells, and a few showers for most. South Island, a few showers in the west, mainly fine in the east apart from isolated afternoon and evening showers inland in the north.
Showers or rain, with strong northwesterlies turning strong southwest Wednesday, all easing Thursday, then clearing Friday with winds dying out.
Showers, some heavy with hail and possible thunderstorms from late this afternoon until tomorrow afternoon, mainly in the west. Snow to 800 metres about the Central Plateau tomorrow.
Mainly fine. However, a few showers this evening and again tomorrow.
Showers today, possibly thundery late afternoon. Mainly fine tomorrow.
Showers, some heavy today.
Rain or showers, with heavy falls and snow lowering to 400 metres, clearing tomorrow morning. Showers returning to Otago later tomorrow, with snow to 100 metres and southwest gales near the coast.
Showers. Snow to 300 metres tonight and to 100 metres later tomorrow with southwest gales near the coast.
Variable 10 knots but northwest 25 knots north of Separation Point, changing southwest 15 knots in the south this evening, then becoming southwest 25 knots everywhere Tuesday morning. Becoming southwest 15 knots but northwest 30 knots in the north Tuesday evening. Sea rough at times. Poor visibility in rain and possible thunderstorms,clearing overnight.
Outlook following 3 days: Becoming Wednesday morning southwest 20 knots everywhere, easing late Wednesday variable 10 knots. Developing for a time late Thursday southeast 15 knots in the north. Developing Friday southwest 15 knots but westerly 20 knots in the north.