North Island, fine spells, but a few showers also, mainly in the west. South Island, a few showers in the west, turning to heavy rain in Fiordland, some high cloud and a few spots of rain elsewhere.
North Island, fine breaks, but the odd shower in the west, turning to rain overnight. South Island, rain spreading to most places, with some heavy falls in the west and south, and snow about the hilltops in the south. Saturday
On Thursday, the odd shower at first, but fine breaks increasing. Winds turning westerly. On Friday, cloudy periods and northerlies developing later. On Saturday, a few showers and a strong westerly change.
Occasional rain easing to a few showers today, then becoming mainly fine tomorrow afternoon.
Occasional rain, easing this evening. Showers becoming widespread and heavy overnight with possible thunderstorms about Taranaki and Bay of Plenty in the morning, and Wairarapa in the afternoon.
High cloud today, with a few brief falls of rain. Mainly fine tomorrow, but isolated showers.
Scattered showers, turning to rain for a time tonight. Isolated thunderstorms overnight, and again tomorrow afternoon when hail is likely.
Occasional rain or showers today. Mostly fine tomorrow, but isolated afternoon and evening showers.
Showers, especially in the afternoons and evenings, when isolated thunderstorms with hail are likely south of Timaru.
Rain developing tonight.
Variable 10 knots. Southerly 15 knots developing Wednesday morning, easing to variable 10 knots again late Wednesday evening. Sea slight. Northeast swell 1 metre. Southwest swell 1 metre. Poor visibility in showers this afternoon and evening, with possible thunderstorms.
Outlook following 3 days: Developing Thursday afternoon northeast 15 knots, rising Thursday evening 25 knots with rough sea. Changing early Friday southwest 30 knots. Moderate southwest swell developing Friday.