North Island, scattered showers becoming confined to the north and east. South Island, mainly fine in the south and west. Occasional rain or drizzle elsewhere. Snow to 500 metres in the south at first.
North Island, showers in the north and east clearing, mainly fine elsewhere. South Island, becoming mainly fine for most places. Rain developing about the fiords at night.
North Island, mainly fine, but the odd shower possible about the east coast. South Island, mainly fine with high cloud at times, but occasional rain in Fiordland and a few showers developing in Westland.
Rain or showers, clearing on Wednesday. Northerlies turning southerly on Monday, rising to gale on Tuesday, then easing on Wednesday.
Showers, some heavy and possibly thundery with hail, gradually easing tomorrow.
Showers about the ranges and a few spreading further east at times.
Scattered rain becoming widespread for a time tomorrow with southerlies rising to gale in exposed places.
Scattered showers clearing early tomorrow, then fine.
Cloud increasing and patchy drizzle developing overnight.
Rain developing tonight, then easing to showers tomorrow.
Northwest rising to 25 knots this afternoon. Sea becoming rough. Northwest swell 2 metres, developing.Northeast swell 1 metre. Poor visibility in rain, with thunderstorms possible today,easing Sunday morning.
Outlook following 3 days: Northwest 25 knots with rough sea, easing Monday morning southwest 15 knots, becoming overnight Monday southeast 15 knots. Easing Wednesday variable 10 knots. Moderate northwest swell easing Monday.
Inshore waters from Great Mercury Island to Mayor Island to Matakana Island.
A complex low, with associated troughs, continues to move across New Zealand today, then moves off to the east of the country early Monday. A ridge builds over the country late Tuesday, then drifts north on Wednesday while a new trough approaches from the Tasman Sea.
NIL warning for PLENTY
Strong wind advisory. Saturday: Northerly 15 knots, rising to northwest 20 knots but 25 knots gusting 35 knots in the north this afternoon. Sea becoming rough in the north this afternoon.Poor visibility in showers, with thunderstorms and hail possible., Sunday: Easing to northwest 20 knots everywhere late morning, then to westerly 15 knots in the afternoon. Rough sea in the north, easing late morning. Fair visibility in morning and evening showers.
Outlook until midnight Wednesday: Monday: Southwest 15 knots, becoming southerly 10 knots in the afternoon.Showers clearing early morning then fine. Tuesday: Southerly 10 knots, gradually dying out. Fine spells. Wednesday: Variable 10 knots. Mostly fine.
Swell forecast to midnight Wednesday: Northeast 1 metre, rising to northerly 1.5 metres today, then easing to northeast 1 metre again Monday and to half a metre Tuesday.