North Island, A few showers, clearing in the east and south later. Snow to 700m about the Central Plateau and 500m in the south. South Island, Rain, with snow to 200 metres in the south at first. Rain clearing north of Queenstown by afternoon.
North Island, A few showers west of Tauranga to Whanganui, fine in the east. South Island, A few showers for southern and western areas, with snow to 500m in the south. Fine elsewhere.
North Island, Isolated showers north of Palmerston North, fine in the south. South Island, A few showers north of Murchison and south of Queenstown, fine in between.
Mainly fine, apart from isolated afternoon or evening showers inland for the North Island, and showers developing about the west coast of the South Island.
Periods of showers or rain. Northerlies turn strong westerly late Tuesday, then lighter southwest on Thursday.
Mainly fine today. Isolated morning showers in the west, turning to widespread rain from the evening, with possible thunderstorms.
Fine, apart from isolated showers in Gisborne today.
Mostly fine, however, scattered rain tomorrow afternoon and evening, with possible thunderstorms.
Rain in Fiordland, spreading elsewhere tomorrow, with some heavy falls.
Rain spreading north this evening, becoming persistemt later tomorrow, and snow gradually lowering to 200 meters in the south.
Rain at times, with snow to 400 metres tomorrow.
Mostly cloudy, late drizzle tomorrow.
Southeast 20 knots, turning southwest 15 knots this morning. Moderate sea,easing. Easterly swell 2 metres, easing. Fair visibility in showers, clearing this morning.
Outlook following 3 days: Becoming Monday afternoon northwest 25 knots, changing early Tuesday southwest 25 knots, easing later Wednesday 15 knots. Sea rough at times.
Inshore waters from Great Mercury Island to Mayor Island to Matakana Island.
A narrow ridge of high pressure over New Zealand moves away to the northeast today and tomorrow. Meanwhile, a front moves over the North Island on Monday, along with an associated deepening low. The low system moves away to the east on Tuesday, leaving a strong and unsettled southwest flow over the country until Thursday, when another ridge spreads over New Zealand.
NIL warning for PLENTY
Strong wind advisory. Sunday: Southwest 10 knots, tending westerly 10 knots this afternoon, then rising to southwest 15 knots this evening. Sea slight. Fine. Monday: Tending westerly 15 knots in the morning, and northwest 15 knots but 20 knots north of Slipper Island in the afternoon, and to 20 knots but 25 knots gusting 35 knots in the north in the evening. Sea becoming rough in the north in the evening. Poor visibility in rain developing evening.
Outlook until midnight Thursday: Tuesday: Westerly 20 knots, rising to 25 knots for a time. Isolated showers. Wednesday: Westerly easing to 15 knots late. Cloudy periods and isolated showers. Thursday: Easing to southwest 10 knots. Cloudy periods and isolated showers.
Swell forecast to midnight Thursday: Easterly 1.5 metres, easing to 1 metre Monday and to half a metre or less Tuesday. Northerly half a metre developing Monday, dying out Wednesday.