SIGNIFICANT HEAVY RAIN FOR THE SOUTH ISLAND WEST COAST AND CANTERBURY HEADWATERS
A cooler day with long fine spells, but also isolated showers.
North Island, cloud increasing, with a few late showers in the north. South Island, cloud increasing, with rain developing in the west, and scattered late rain elsewhere.
Rain for most places, possibly heavy, then mainly fine for the eastern North Island and Nelson, and a few showers elsewhere.
Cloud increasing. Rain developing tomorrow morning, possibly heavy, clearing from afternoon.
Mainly fine today. Scattered rain tomorrow, clearing from afternoon.
Periods of rain from this afternoon, clearing tomorrow morning. A few showers developing tomorrow evening. Severe northwest gales in Wellington, Wairarapa and Marlborough, easing tomorrow morning.
Heavy rain with possible squally thunderstorms, turning to showers tomorrow morning, then clearing south of Hokitika in the afternoon. Southwest gales becoming severe in Fiordland for a time tomorrow morning.
Periods of rain, clearing overnight. Scattered showers tomorrow. Severe northwest gales in exposed places, easing tomorrow morning.
Periods of rain from this afternoon, turning to showers tomorrow afternoon then easing. Southwest gales becoming severe in Southland for a time tomorrow morning.
Mostly cloudy. Rain developing tomorrow afternoon.
Westerly 15 knots, turning northwest 15 knots this afternoon. Waves half a metre. Cloudy periods.
Northwest 15 knots rising to 20 knots in the morning, changing westerly 25 knots gusting 35 knots in the afternoon, then easing to 15 knots late evening. Waves rising to 1 metre for a time. Poor visibility in morning rain, then fine spells.
Southwest 15 knots dying out. Mainly fine.
Northeast 15 knots developing. Cloud increasing.