A front moves northeast across southern and central New Zealand during Wednesday preceded by Severe gale northwesterlies and heavy rain
North Island, rain spreading northeast, then becoming fine in the south and west from afternoon. South Island, cloudy periods and isolated showers.
North Island, mainly fine, but cloudy periods and a few showers in the east. South Island, cloudy periods, and a few showers about the south coast.
North Island, cloudy periods, and isolated showers in the north and east. South Island, rain or showers developing in the west, with a few spots spreading further east south of Canterbury Plains. Mainly fine elsewhere.
A few showers early Thursday, and again during Friday, then cloudy periods on Saturday. Strong northwesterlies changing southwesterly on Thursday, then easing. Winds turning northwest again late Saturday.
Long fine spells.
Fine today. Areas of cloud tomorrow, with some drizzle about the ranges. Severe northwest gales developing in exposed parts of Wellington and Wairarapa tomorrow afternoon.
Fine, apart from rain tomorrow night. Severe northwest gales for exposed parts of Marlborough tomorrow afternoon and evening.
Fine at first. Rain spreading north tomorrow afternoon with severe northwest gales in exposed inland places turning strong southerly.
Periods of rain, heavy tomorrow, with possible thunderstorms for Westland and Buller.
Rain spreading north tomorrow morning, easing to isolated showers early evening. Northwest gales in exposed parts of inland Otago at first.