HEAVY RAIN FOR WESTLAND AND NORTHWEST NELSON An active front, preceded by strong to gale northerlies, is expected to move eastwards across the South Island later today and during Saturday
North Island, rain easing to a few showers from the south. South Island, occasional rain or drizzle in most places, but clearing in the south.
North Island, rain spreading to most places, but a few showers across Kapiti and Wellington. South Island, fine in the west, and rain or drizzle at times in the east.
North Island, periods of rain, with some heavy falls,easing to showers across Auckland and Northland later. South Island, rain developing in the east from Canterbury northward, and increasing cloudy periods elsewhere.
On Sunday, patchy drizzle turning to showers, as fresh northerlies change strong southerly. Showery southerlies on Monday. Becoming fine with northerlies on Tuesday.
Mainly fine. Few showers developing tomorrow evening.
Cloudy from Taranaki southwards today, fine elsewhere. Rain spreading north tomorrow afternoon, with heavy falls about Mt Taranaki, clearing Kapiti southwards later.
Fine today. High cloud increasing tomorrow and scattered rain developing tomorrow afternoon in Wairarapa and a few spots in Hawkes Bay later.
Cloud increasing. Rain developing tomorrow morning in Nelson and northern Marlborough, heavy for a time and scattered falls elsewhere, all easing later.
Rain spreading north, with heavy falls, easing tomorrow.
High cloud increasing. Scattered rain developing Dunedin southwards towards evening, and patchy elsewhere, all clearing tomorrow afternoon. Low cloud about coastal areas later.
Northeast 15 knots. Sea slight. Southwest swell 2 metres. Fair visibility in scattered rain developing this evening. Areas of fog Saturday evening.
Outlook following 3 days: Becoming Sunday morning southeast 15 knots, turning late Monday northeast 15 knots, rising Tuesday 25 knots with rough sea.Moderate southwest swell.