TownsRuralMarineMtnsMaps

Extended New Zealand Mountain Forecast

Issued at: 12:35pm Thursday 20 Jun 2019

North Island

Saturday: Cloudy periods. Westerlies, turning southeast late about the Tararua Range.

Freezing Level: Lowering to 2200 metres in the north, 1500 metres about the volcanoes, and 1800 metres about the tararua range.

Sunday: Becoming cloudy. Periods of rain developing. Westerlies about the Raukumara Range, but southeasterlies developing elsewhere.

Freezing Level: Lowering to 1500 metres.

Monday: Showers becoming isolated and fine breaks developing. Southerlies developing everywhere.

Freezing Level: About 1500 metres, lowering to 1200 metres about the tararua range.

South Island

Saturday: Mainly fine about the Richmond and Kaikoura ranges. Rain south of Arthurs Pass National Park gradually clearing. Falling as snow in the south, with flurries possible to 1200 metres elsewhere. Cloudy periods elsewhere. Northwesterlies gradually dying out.

Freezing Level: Around 1200 metres in the south, sloping to 1500 metres in the north.

Sunday: Isolated showers about Kahurangi National Park gradually clearing. Isolated showers about Fiordland, with snow flurries to about 1000 metres. Cloudy periods elsewhere. Southwesterlies developing in the south, but southeasterlies in the north.

Freezing Level: Lowering to 1000 metres in the south, sloping to 1500 metres in the north.

Monday: Mostly cloudy in Fiordland, with isolated showers. Elsewhere, cloud morning and night, otherwise fine. Southwesterlies developing everywhere.

Freezing Level: Rising to 1200 metres in the south, sloping to 1500 metres in the north.