Reissued to correct typo in strong wind Watch, and also to include eastern Marlborough and the Tararua Range in Watch for heavy rain
North Island, widespread rain or showers, easing later for most. South Island, occasional rain about Canterbury and Marlborough,easing. Showers developing later in the far south. Mainly fine elsewhere.
North Island, isolated showers in the west, but becoming fine in the east. South Island, mostly cloudy. Rain developing in the west late.
North Island, showers in the west and south, turning to rain later. Just increasing cloud about Hawkes Bay and Gisborne. South Island, periods of rain, possibly heavy in the west and about the Divide.
Rain on Wednesday with strong northeasterlies. Turning to occasional showers on Thursday with a southwest change, also becoming strong. Showers easing late Thursday into Friday, but further rain with northeasterlies developing later Friday.
Rain with heavy falls, turning to showers in Northland tonight and Auckland overnight. Thunderstorms possible. Strong easterlies, gale or severe gale in exposed places, easing overnight.
Rain, with heavy falls and possible thunderstorms in the east, easing over central and western regions tomorrow. Strong easterlies, gale in exposed places, gradually easing later tomorrow.
Scattered rain spreading south tonight and easterlies becoming strong and gusty, rising to gale in exposed places, then easing late tomorrow.
Mainly fine. Isolated showers about the ranges of Fiordland.
Rain or drizzle developing this evening, but only scattered falls in Nelson.
Mainly fine, apart from isolated showers.
*GALE WARNING IN FORCE* Easterly 25 knots, rising to southeast 35 knots early this evening, easing to southeast 20 knots Tuesday morning. Sea becoming very rough for a time. Southwest swell 1 metre.Poor visibility in occasional rain, easing Tuesday evening.
Outlook following 3 days: Changing early Wednesday morning southwest 25 knots, easing Thursday morning 15 knots then turning Thursday evening northwest 15 knots, rising late Friday 25 knots. Sea rough at times. Moderate southwest swell developing Friday.
*GALE WARNING IN FORCE* Southeast 25 knots, rising to 35 knots around midnight tonight. Sea becoming very rough. Southwest swell 1 metre west of Farewell Spit to Hawera, and westerly swell in the east, 1 metre dying out. Poor visibility in occasional rain from this evening,easing Tuesday evening.
Outlook following 3 days: Changing Wednesday morning southwest 25 knots, easing Thursday morning westerly 15 knots, rising early Friday northwest 25 knots and late Friday northwest 35 knots with very rough sea. Developing Friday moderate southwest swell in the west and westerly swell in the east.