SNOW FOR SOUTHERN FIORDLAND, SOUTHLAND, AND CLUTHA TODAY, THEN ABOUT CENTRAL AND LOWER NORTH ISLAND TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY MORNING
North Island, scattered showers in Northland, mainly fine from Auckland to Bay of Plenty and North Taranaki, showers further south falling as snow above 3 or 400 metres. South Island, showers in the south and east becoming less frequent and snow lifting to 5 or 600 metres, fine elsewhere.
North Island, scattered showers in Northland, mainly fine from Auckland to Bay of Plenty and North Taranaki, showers elsewhere becoming less frequent and snow lifting to 500 metres. South Island, becoming fine in most places, but still a few showers over Banks Peninsula, frosty inland.
North Island, fine or becoming in most places, with morning frosts, but still a few showers in Gisborne and coastal Hawkes Bay. South Island, fine with morning frosts.
Sleety showers and strong cold southerlies on Thursday and Friday. Wind and showers both easing on Saturday.
Periods of rain, some heavy, with squally thunderstorms and hail, easing to showers tomorrow and clearing in Coromandel, Bay of Plenty and Taupo.
Rain, heavy at times, with snow lowering to 500 metres overnight. Rain gradually easing to a few showers tomorrow.
Rain today. Showers tomorrow, with hail and snow to 300 to 400 metres.
Scattered rain clearing today. Mainly fine tomorrow, apart from sleety showers about the Marlborough coast.
Sleet or snow showers, especially from this evening and about North and Mid Canterbury.
Showers, with snow to near sea level, lifting above 300 metres tomorrow.