North Island, showers turning to rain, possibly heavy about the ranges. South Island, showers in the east and north, mainly fine elsewhere.
North Island, rain in the east easing. Showers elsewhere, clearing afternoon or evening. South Island, areas of morning cloud then fine with isolated showers, mainly about the ranges and foothills.
North Island, mainly fine in the east. Becoming cloudy, with scattered rain towards evening elsewhere. South Island, mainly fine, rain in the west and north from evening.
Rain at times on Wednesday and Thursday. Low cloud with light rain or drizzle on Friday. Strong easterly turning fresh northerly early Wednesday, easing later.
Cloudy periods. Isolated showers, more frequent and heavier during the afternoons and evenings, with possible thunderstorms tomorrow.
Scattered rain today. A few showers tomorrow.
Fine spells. A few showers, especially in the afternoons and evenings, some possibly heavy with small hail.
Scattered showers, some heavy with possible thunderstorms and hail in the afternoons and evenings.
Fine spells, scattered afternoon and evening showers.
Periods of rain, with heavy falls and hail possible. Snow to about 600 metres until tomorrow morning.
Periods of rain, with some heavy falls, and snow to about 400 metres. Snow level lifting tomorrow morning. Strong or gale southeasterlies from tonight.
Northerly 15 knots but southeast 15 knots south of Mahia, gradually becoming southwest 25 knots everywhere this evening. Easing to 15 knots Tuesday morning, then becoming northwest 20 knots but northeast 15 knots south of East Cape Tuesday afternoon.Sea becoming rough at times. Southwest swell 1 metre.Northeast swell 1 metre, at times. Poor visibility in periods of rain, clearing Tuesday morning.
Outlook following 3 days: Becoming everywhere during Wednesday northeast 20 knots, turning Thursday southerly 15 knots, easing early Friday variable 10 knots. Developing later Friday northerly 15 knots. Southerly swell becoming moderate Wednesday, easing Thursday.