Weather

Short Forecast for all New Zealand
A deep low to the west is expected to move south towards Westland this evening.SEVERE WEATHER WARNINGS AND WATCHES ARE IN FORCE.

Northland to Taranaki, including Coromandel Peninsula, Bay of Plenty and the central high country : Rain, with heavy falls and isolated downpours, clearing Northland and Auckland this morning, and elsewhere later in the afternoon. Easterly gales easing from the north today.

Gisborne to Wairarapa: Rain, clearing this evening.

Whanganui to Wellington: Rain, with some heavy falls in the north, easing to fine spells and isolated showers this afternoon.

Nelson, Buller and Westland: Rain, with some heavy falls and severe gale easterlies, easing this afternoon. Gale northerlies and heavy rain developing in Westland tonight.

Marlborough, Canterbury and Otago : Drizzle turning to rain from the north this morning with snow above 500 metres. Rain becoming heavy about eastern areas of Otago in the evening, but clearing Marlborough.

Southland and Fiordland: Mainly fine.

Chatham Island : Becoming fine this morning.
Extended Short Forecast for all New Zealand
Wednesday: Rain or showers in most places, heavy falls in Taranaki, However, some fine breaks in the east from Coromandel Peninsula to Gisborne and down to Canterbury. Snow to 600 metres for a time in Otago, Southland and Fiordland.

Thursday: North Island, rain or showers in most places, clearing in the south later. South Island, rain or showers clearing, but still a few showers about northern ranges.

Friday: North Island, rain spreading to most places, but mostly dry in Hawkes Bay. South Island, rain or showers spreading to most places, snow lowering to 400 metres in Canterbury, Otago, Southland and Fiordland.

Chatham Islands: Rain developing early Wednesday and northeasterlies strengthening, lighter northwesterlies and a few showers later. On Thursday, rain or showers, and winds tending southwest. Occasional showers on Friday, and winds tending northerly again.
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