North Island, cloud gradually increasing from the west, with showers developing towards evening and turning to widespread rain at night. Northerlies rising to gale in Taranaki and about the Cook Strait. South Island, rain spreading north in the west with some heavy falls. Cloud increasing further east with a few spots of rain. Late rain developing in Southland and Clutha.
Rain with gale westerly or southwesterly winds. Rain easing later in the day for the North Island, but turning to showers about the South Island. Snow possibly lowering to 500-600 metres Otago southwards.
North Island, cloudy periods and showers for most. South Island, showers in the south and east, and also northwest. Fine spells elsewhere. Gale southwesterlies easing.
Cloudy periods with northeasterlies picking up on Sunday. Rain developing on Monday and northeasterlies rising to gale, then changing westerly late. Strong showery westerlies on Tuesday.
Mostly cloudy, with showers about the coast and north of Napier, clearing tomorrow afternoon or evening.
Fine, but areas of low cloud about eastern coasts tomorrow morning and evening.
Fine today. Cloud increasing tomorrow and showers developing about Fiordland.
Variable 10 knots. Northwest 15 knots developing north of Separation Point Saturday afternoon. Sea slight.
Outlook following 3 days: Becoming Sunday morning northerly 25 knots everywhere, rising Sunday evening 35 knots. Changing Monday westerly 25 knots, but 35 knots in the north and early Tuesday southwest 25 knots everywhere. Sea very rough at times. Moderate northerly swell for a time Sunday and Monday.