HEAVY RAIN IN THE WEST OF THE SOUTH ISLAND AND THE TARARUA RANGE
Mainly fine in the east, but a few showers in the far south at first. Showers in the west, gradually clearing. Snow down to 500 metres in the far south.
North Island, a period of rain, with some heavy falls in the west, then a few showers in the west and dry in the east. South Island, a period of scattered rain for the far north. Mainly fine elsewhere, but a few showers then late rain for Fiordland, and late drizzle for Westland.
North Island, occasional showers in the west, and mainly fine in the east. South Island, periods of rain in the west, with heavy falls possible, and a few spots of rain in the east.
Showers and strong or gale southwesterlies on Monday. Showers and winds both easing on Tuesday, then a period of rain on Wednesday, and winds turning northwesterly for a time.
Rain, with heavy and possibly thundery falls, turning to showers this morning and severe gale northwesterlies easing.
Brief rain this morning, then mainly fine with the odd shower. Northwesterlies, severe gale in exposed places.
Occasional showers, some heavy, clearing from Wellington this morning.West or northwest gales, severe at times.
Periods of rain, heavy at times with squally thunderstorms.
Rain at times about the Alps and high country. Mainly fine about the Plains, but scattered rain or showers morning and night. Northwesterly gales inland, possibly severe.
Rain becoming widespread this morning, and snow lowering to 400 metres.
Rain easing this afternoon. Northwesterlies rising to severe gale.