North Island, scattered showers to start the day, then mainly fine. South Island, a few showers about the south coast and about Banks Peninsula at first, otherwise mainly fine with morning frosts.
North Island, a few showers developing in the north and in Wellington, and mainly fine elsewhere. South Island, rain developing in the west, and a few showers developing in the east.
Rain spreading over the country.
Occasional showers on Tuesday and Wednesday, and strong southwesterlies easing. Rain developing on Thursday, and winds turning strong northerly. Rain and northerlies both easing on Friday.
Occasional showers, more frequent and heavier tomorrow evening, with thunderstorms and hail in the west. Snow to 800 metres about the central high country tonight.
Mainly fine, but scattered rain tomorrow night.
Occasional rain developing tomorrow morning, then becoming persistent and heavier in the evening.
Fine and frosty tonight. Patchy rain developing tomorrow, with snow possible to 300 metres in parts of Canterbury for a time.
Showers north of Hokitika tonight. Rain developing everywhere tomorrow morning, then clearing in the evening.
Occasional showers, with snow to 300 metres, however fine and frosty for a time overnight inland and about North Otago.
Showers with hail and possible thunderstorms.
*GALE WARNING IN FORCE* Westerly 35 knots. Easing to northwest 20 knots Monday morning, then rising to 30 knots Monday evening. Very rough sea easing.Southwest swell rising to 3 metres offshore for a time. Fair visibility in showers Monday evening.
Outlook following 3 days: Changing Tuesday morning southwest 30 knots, easing Tuesday evening 20 knots and early Wednesday variable 10 knots. Developing late Wednesday northerly 20 knots, rising Thursday 30 knots. Sea rough at times. Moderate southwest swell, easing Wednesday.