An active front moves onto the country from the Tasman Sea on Tuesday, preceded by a strong and moist north to northeast flow, then followed by disturbed west to northwesterlies
North Island, rain clearing and becoming fine. However, a few showers lingering in the west. South Island, mainly fine for most at first but rain in the north clearing. Rain spreading from the south later, mainly in the west.
North Island, showers or rain for most. South Island, rain in the west and north, and cloudy periods with a few spots further east at first. Snow to about 1000 metres in the west.
North Island, showers or rain for most. South Island, rain in the north, becoming fine in the west. Showers developing in the east with snow lowering to 800 metres.
Cloudy periods, showers developing on Wednesday, turning to rain Friday. Northerlies, becoming strong for a time late Wednesday and early Thursday.
Isolated showers turning to rain during the afternoon or evening, with some heavy and possibly thundery falls for Northland.
Mostly cloudy, with patchy drizzle turning to rain tonight.
Fine, with areas of cloud about Gisborne clearing this morning.
Mainly fine with a few cloudy areas, but scattered rain developing tonight.
Showers at first. A period of rain spreading north this morning and afternoon, reaching Nelson this evening, with some heavy falls and northerly gales in exposed places.
High cloud increasing. Scattered rain in Southland this morning and further north during the afternoon and evening. Northwest gales in exposed inland areas, easing from afternoon.
Northeast 10 knots. Waves less than half a metre. Fine, some evening cloud.
Northeast 10 knots in the morning, and rising to 15 knots in the afternoon and 20 knots in the evening. Waves rising to 1 metre in the evening.Cloudy with poor visibility in drizzle at times, turning to rain at night.
Changing westerly 15 knots, tending northwest 10 knots late.Early rain,possibly heavy, then the odd shower.
Northwest 15 knots. Showers turning to rain for a time, possibly heavy.