HEAVY RAIN FOR WESTLAND AND BULLER A front associated with a low over the Tasman Sea moves onto the west of the South Island on Friday
Periods of rain, with heavy falls possible for the north of the North Island, and also the northwestern South Island.
Rain turning to showers in most places.
Scattered showers, but rain in the far south.
Cloudy periods and isolated showers on Saturday and Sunday, turning to rain on Monday. Northeasterlies becoming strong on Sunday and possibly rising to gale on Monday.
Fine in most places, with areas of overnight frost or fog. A few showers developing about Northland and Taranaki tomorrow afternoon, and about other northern and western areas in the evening.
A few showers developing tomorrow morning, then turning to rain in the late afternoon or evening.
Often cloudy. Rain developing about the Alps tomorrow morning, and a few spots elsewhere from afternoon.
Scattered showers, turning to rain tomorrow morning with heavy falls.
Mainly fine and frosty tonight. Scattered rain developing tomorrow morning.
Mostly cloudy with a few showers.
Variable 10 knots but southerly 15 knots north of Poverty Bay, becoming variable 10 knots everywhere this morning. Northerly 15 knots developing this afternoon. Sea slight. Easterly swell 2 metres, easing. Southwest swell 1 metre. Fair visibility in a few showers, clearing early this morning.
Outlook following 3 days: Gradually rising Saturday northeast 25 knots, then early Sunday 35 knots with very rough sea. Changing early Monday southwest 15 knots, rising late Monday 30 knots. Northeast swell becoming moderate Sunday. Southwest swell becoming moderate Monday.