HEAVY RAIN FOR THE WEST COAST OF THE SOUTH ISLAND, AND SIGNIFICANT SPILLOVER FOR THE OTAGO AND CANTERBURY HEADWATERS
North Island, rain, with some heavy falls about the central North Island and possible thunderstorms in Bay of Plenty, clearing from the southwest. South Island, rain at times about the west coast with some heavy falls, occasional showers in the south, and mainly fine elsewhere.
North Island, a few showers in Northland, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne, and mainly fine elsewhere. South Island, fine or becoming fine, but a occasional showers in Fiordland.
Becoming cloudy Taranaki to Bay of Plenty north, with a few showers developing. Mainly fine elsewhere.
Rain on Saturday, possibly heavy, and strong northerlies changing lighter westerly. Mainly fine with light winds on Sunday and Monday.
Cloud increasing tonight. Low cloud and drizzle tomorrow morning, turning to showers from afternoon.
Fine today. Cloud increasing tomorrow with scattered evening rain.
Mostly cloudy, with patchy drizzle developing tonight and rain tomorrow evening. Severe northerly gales in Wellington tomorrow.
Fine today with severe northwest gales developing in exposed places. Scattered rain spreading north tomorrow and winds gradually easing from the south.
Patchy drizzle. Rain spreading north from evening with heavy, thundery falls. Severe northwest gales in Fiordland until tonight. Rain easing tomorrow.
High cloud today with severe northwest gales in exposed places. Showers tomorrow and winds easing.
North of Tolaga Bay: Northwest rising to 25 knots Friday evening. Elsewhere: Northeast 15 knots, rising to 25 knots Friday morning. Sea becoming rough. Southwest swell 1 metre. Northeast swell 1 metre developing.
Outlook following 3 days: North of Tolaga Bay: Northerly 25 knots with rough sea, tending overnight Saturday southerly 15 knots and dying out Sunday. Elsewhere: Changing Saturday afternoon westerly 15 knots,dying out late Sunday.