Amended to fix timing for Auckland Wind Watch
North Island: Periods of rain in the north and east with some heavy falls, but only isolated showers in Wairarapa. Scattered rain elsewhere, but dry in Horowhenua and Wellington. South Island: Becoming cloudy in the east, and drizzle developing about the coast. Persistent fog in inland valleys. Fine in the west.
North Island: Rain in the east with some heavy falls especially about the ranges. Occasional rain elsewhere. South Island: Cloudy in the north and east, with drizzle turning to rain in the north. Mainly fine in the south and west.
North Island: Occasional rain in the east and also from Taranaki northwards, partly cloudy elsewhere. South Island: Cloudy with rain in the north, cloudy with drizzle in the east, fine elsewhere.
Cloudy. Southwesterlies ease on Friday and turn northeast on Saturday.
Rain developing this morning. Becoming heavy from afternoon with possible downpours and easterly gales.
Areas of drizzle, turning to rain with heavy falls from afternoon and easterlies rising to gale this evening.
Overcast with drizzle and light rain, easing this evening.
Cloudy at times, with a few showers developing in Wellington this morning.
Mainly fine with some high cloud. A few areas of low cloud or fog morning and night.
Persistent low cloud in some valleys and basins. Cloud and a few showers spreading from the coast this morning.
Morning rain, then a few showers.
Variable 10 knots. Becoming southerly 15 knots south of East Cape this morning and southeast 15 knots but 25 knots in the north this afternoon. Sea becoming rough in the north. Southwest swell 2 metres. Fair visibility in occasional showers.
Outlook following 3 days: Becoming Thursday afternoon easterly 25 knots everywhere with rough sea, easing Saturday morning northeast 15 knots. Moderate southwest swell easing Thursday. Moderate easterly swell developing Friday.