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Extended New Zealand Mountain Forecast

Issued at: 1:02pm Wednesday 28 Jun 2017

North Island

Friday: Cloud increasing. A few showers developing about Egmont National Park. Northerlies developing, becoming strong in exposed places.

Freezing Level: Rising to 2200 metres.

Saturday: Periods of rain spreading from the west, with some heavy falls developing. Snow down to about 1800 metres. Northerlies rising to severe gale in exposed places.

Freezing Level: Rising to 2600 metres.

Sunday: Rain turning to showers. Snow possibly as low as 1500 metres at first. Gale or severe gale northerlies gradually dying out.

Freezing Level: Lowering to 2000 metres.

South Island

Friday: Showers turning to rain, with some heavy falls and possible thunderstorms about the main divide. Snow down to 1200 metres for a time south of Lake Coleridge. Northeasterlies rising to gale or severe gale in exposed places.

Freezing Level: Rising to 2000 metres everywhere.

Saturday: Periods of rain, with some heavy falls and possible thunderstorms about the main divide. Snow to 1400 metres. Northeasterlies, severe gale about the tops, dying out in the south for a time.

Freezing Level: About 2000 metres, lowering to 1400 metres in the south.

Sunday: Rain at times, falling as snow to 1300 metres. Northerlies turning southerly in the south.

Freezing Level: 1400 metres in the south and lowering to 1700 metres in the north.