An active front is moving north across the South Island tonight, weakening over the North Island on Monday
North Island, showers for most, possibly heavy in the west. South Island, rain in the west and south, heavy, possibly thundery. Snow lowering to 600 metres in south. A few showers spreading up the coast.
North Island, Heavy rain in the west, bu showers later. Thunderstorms possible. Showers in the east with a southerly change. South Island, showers, with thunderstorms possible in the west and south at first. Snow to 600 metres in the south.
North Island, Showers for most, but becoming dry about the east coast. Severe gale westerlies possible about Hawkes Bay and Wairarapa. South Island, showers for most, but dry in Canterbury. Gale westerlies possible in exposed places.
North Island, showers in the west, gradually clearing north of Auckland. Dry about the east coast. South Island, showers with cold southerlies.
Shower with westerlies. Westerlies strong at times, with gale possible on Friday.
Fine spells and a few showers, clearing later tonight. Showers returning tomorrow morning, some possibly heavy about the west coast.
Cloudy periods and a few showers, turning to rain for a time tomorrow morning.
Rain spreading north tonight, clearing tomorrow morning. Northwesterlies, severe gale in exposed places, easing tomorrow morning.
Rain, with heavy falls and squally thunderstorms. Snow lowering to 300 metres in Fiordland overnight. Showers tomorrow.
Rain or showers, some heavy with hail, clearing tomorrow. Snow lowering to 300 metres overnight. Northwest gales, easing this evening.
Fine tonight. A period of rain tomorrow.
Northwest 25 knots, easing to 15 knots this afternoon. Rough sea, easing. Northwest swell 1 metre, at times.
Outlook following 3 days: Rising Tuesday afternoon northwest 25 knots and Wednesday morning to 35 knots.Change Wednesday afternoon southwest 30 knots. Tending early Thursday northwest 25 knots, rising westerly 35 knots later. Sea very rough at times. Moderate northerly swell developing Wednesday, easing Thursday.