North Island: Rain from Coromandel Peninsula to Taupo eastwards. Mostly cloudy with isolated showers elsewhere in the northern half of the island, partly cloudy in the south. South Island: Rain in the west. A few falls spreading east of the Divide south of Christchurch by afternoon. Fine for Christchurch to Blenheim.
North Island: Morning rain from Coromandel Peninsula to Taupo eastwards, clearing. A few showers for Waikato to Wellington, isolated showers to the north. South Island: Rain in the west. Scattered showers from afternoon about Southland and Otago. Partly cloudy elsewhere.
North Island: Rain spreading from the southwest for most, clearing later in the day. South Island: Morning rain in the far north, clearing. Isolated showers in the west, and about Southland to Dunedin. Fine elsewhere.
Fine spells on Monday, then periods of rain on Tuesday and Wednesday. Northerlies, strong for a time late Tuesday to early Wednesday.
Rain clearing tonight, and becoming fine later tomorrow.
Rain, possibly heavy with isolated thunderstorms, clearing from the west tomorrow morning or afternoon, then returning at night.
A few showers, mainly about the ranges, clearing in Hawke's Bay and Wairarapa tomorrow morning.
Occasional rain, easing to a few showers tomorrow morning.
Rain clearing tonight. Mainly fine tomorrow apart from showers in Buller.
Periods of rain, with some heavy falls, easing tomorrow afternoon. Isolated thunderstorms this evening.
Cloudy periods. Isolated showers in Otago and Southland tomorrow.
A few showers.
Sunday : Northeast 20 knots, changing southerly 15 knots this morning. Moderate sea easing. Long period easterly swell 2 metres, easing. Northerly swell 2 metres, easing. Fair visibility in morning showers.
Outlook following 3 days: Monday: Easing to variable 10 knots in the morning. Tuesday: Westerly 20 knots developing. Wednesday: Westerly 25 knots. Sea rough.
Bay of Islands Recreational Marine Area.
A low that affected the country yesterday moves away to the south early today followed by a narrow ridge. A complex trough moves onto the country from the Tasman Sea on Monday and Tuesday, followed by unsettled westerlies on Wednesday.
Nil for Brett
Sunday: Northerly 20 knots, changing southerly 10 knots this morning. Moderate sea easing this morning. Cloudy periods and the odd shower, clearing to fine this afternoon. Easterly swell easing to 1.5 metres. Northerly swell easing to 1 metre.
Outlook until midnight Wednesday: Monday: Easing to variable 5 knots in the morning. Northwest 10 knots developing for a time in the afternoon and early evening. Cloudy periods, chance afternoon shower. Easterly swell easing to 1 metre. Northerly swell dying out. Tuesday: Westerly 20 knots developing. Fine spells, the odd shower. Easterly swell half to 1 metre. Northerly swell 1 metre developing. Wednesday: Westerly 25 knots, easing to 15 knots. Mostly cloudy. A few showers. Easterly swell half a metre. Northerly swell dying out.