North Island, rain for most places, possibly heavy with squally thunderstorms in the north, easing to showers and clearing later in the east. South Island, rain in the west, turning to showers. Mainly fine in the east, apart from isolated afternoon showers.
North Island, showers in the north and west, possibly hevay during the afternoon, clearing later. Fine in the east apart from scattered afternoon showers. South Island, showers in the west gradually easing. Mainly fine in the east, apart from isolated afternoon showers, and scattered light rain in the south.
Showers turn to rain in the west of both Islands. Cloud increasing in the east, with scattered rain spreading across late in the day.
Showers throughout the period, turning to rain at times on Monday. Northerlies, strong for a time on Sunday.
Cloudy periods and a few showers.
Scattered showers, some heavy inland during the afternoons and evenings.Isolated thunderstorms from Whanganui and Taihape northwards until this evening.
Isolated showers, becoming more widespread tomorrow.
A few showers, mostly about the ranges. Fine spells increasing tomorrow.
Scattered showers, possibly heavy inland this afternoon and evening.
Scattered showers this afternoon and evening, some heavy inland and possibly thundery from Canterbury southwards. The odd shower returning to Marlborough, eastern Otago and Southland tomorrow afternoon.
Mostly cloudy. Occasional rain tomorrow.
Northeast 15 knots. Sea slight. Easterly swell 2 metres offshore easing.Poor visibility in rain, easing by evening.
Outlook following 3 days: Rising Sunday northerly 25 knots, changing late Sunday westerly 20 knots. Turning Tuesday northwest 15 knots, rising late Tuesday 25 knots. Sea rough at times.
Variable 10 knots. Northerly 15 knots developing Saturday morning, rising to 25 knots Saturday evening. Sea becoming rough. Southwest swell 1 metre.
Outlook following 3 days: Turning early Sunday northwest 15 knots and later Monday southwest 15 knots. Becoming early Tuesday northwest 15 knots, rising later Tuesday northerly 30 knots with rough sea. Northwest swell becoming moderate for a time Sunday.
Manukau and Waitemata Harbours, Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville.
A weak trough over New Zealand moves away to the east today. An active trough in the Tasman Sea approaches Saturday, crossing the country on Sunday, followed by a narrow ridge on Monday. On Tuesday,a new trough approaches from the west.
Wind warning Nil
For the Manukau and Waitemata Harbours: Friday: Northeast 10 knots, becoming variable 5 knots overnight. Sea slight. Fair visibility in a few showers. Saturday: Northeast 15 knots developing in the morning. Easing to 10 knots in the evening. Sea slight. Fair visibility in a few showers, becoming more frequent afternoon. For the Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville: Friday: Easterly 10 knots. Becoming northeast 15 knots this afternoon. Sea slight. Poor visibility in showers. Saturday: Northerly 15 knots. Sea slight. Fair visibility in a few showers, becoming more frequent afternoon.
Outlook until midnight Tuesday: Sunday: Northerly rising to 20 knots, turning westerly 15 knots later. Showers turning to rain for a time with heavy falls. Monday: Turning southwest 20 knots. Showers, some heavy, easing. Tuesday: Easing to northwest 10 knots early, rising to northerly 20 knots late. Few showers, late rain.
Swell forecast to midnight Tuesday: East Coast: Easterly 1 metre dying away Monday. Northerly 1 metre developing Sunday, turning northeast Tuesday. West Coast: Southwest 1.5 metres. Northwest 1.5 metres developing Sunday, eaing Monday, redeveloping Tuesday.