TODAY |

Now
19°
15°
13°
Cloudy. Occasional rain, easing to isolated showers overnight. Northwesterlies.
NNE
Sunrise
6.07AM
Sunset
6.19PM
Tomorrow
20°
°
11°
Cloudy periods. Isolated morning showers. Northwesterlies dying out in the evening.
Sunrise
6.05AM
Sunset
6.20PM
Saturday
20°
°
14°
Cloudy periods increasing, with showers developing later. Northerlies developing.
Sunrise
6.04AM
Sunset
6.21PM
Sunday
19°
°
11°
Rain developing early, easing to a few showers later as strong northerlies turn westerly.
Sunrise
7.02AM
Sunset
7.22PM

Today

19°

13°

Tomorrow

20°

11°

Saturday

20°

14°

Sunday

19°

11°

Tides for Auckland
Tides for Onehunga
12:51PM
HIGH  3.2M
6:54PM
LOW  0.7M
1:14AM
HIGH  3.1M
7:18AM
LOW  0.7M
1:52PM
HIGH  3.0M
7:57PM
LOW  0.8M
3:53PM
HIGH  3.6M
10:12PM
LOW  1.3M
4:25AM
HIGH  3.4M
10:40AM
LOW  1.3M

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Friday

North Island: A few showers in the north and west, and the Tararua District. Fine in the east and Wellington. South Island: Showers in the west and south. Fine with high cloud elsewhere.

Saturday

North Island: Isolated showers in the north and west, becoming widespread later. Mainly fine in the east, and Whanganui, Manawatu and Wellington. South Island: Showers in the west, turning to rain. Rain developing about Nelson, Marlborough, Canterbury High Country and Southern Lakes later. Partly cloudy elsewhere.

Sunday

Rain, with heavy falls, turning to showers but clearing eastern North Island, and about Nelson and Marlborough. Snow lowering to 700 metres about the upper South Island, sloping to 400 metres in the far south.

Chatham Islands

A few showers, clearing on Friday and fine breaks increasing. Rain developing Sunday. Westerlies, turning northerly late Saturday, then rising to gale on Sunday.

Northland, Auckland, Coromandel Peninsula, Bay of Plenty

Occasional rain developing this morning, easing overnight.

Waikato to Kapiti Coast, including the central high country

Rain, heavy at times, especially about the ranges. Rain easing from late afternoon.

Gisborne, Hawke's Bay

Scattered rain, clearing this evening.

Wellington, Wairarapa

Scattered rain, clearing this morning and becoming fine.

Nelson, Marlborough, Canterbury

Mainly fine, showers about the western ranges of Nelson.

Otago, Southland

Fine spells. A few showers, mainly in the afternoon and evening, possibly thundery in Southland and Clutha.

Buller, Westland, Fiordland

Showers, some heavy, with thunderstorms possible in Fiordland and southern Westland.

Chatham Islands

Cloudy with drizzle.

Colville

Thursday : Northwest 20 knots rising to 30 knots late afternoon. Sea becoming rough. Easterly swell 1 metre, period 11 seconds, developing. Poor visibility in rain developing this afternoon, easing in the evening.

Outlook following 3 days: Friday: Easing to northwest 15 knots in the morning. Rough sea easing. Saturday: Rising to northerly 25 knots later. Sea becoming rough. Sunday: Changing westerly 15 knots. Rough sea easing. Northwest swell becoming moderate for a time.

Kaipara

*GALE WARNING IN FORCE* Thursday : Northwest 20 knots, rising to 35 knots south of Hokianga Harbour around midday, then easing to 15 knots this evening. Sea becoming very rough for a time in the south.Southwest swell 1 metre, period 13 seconds. Northwest swell 2 metres,easing. Poor visibility in rain from afternoon, easing evening.

Outlook following 3 days: Friday: Northwest 15 knots. Saturday:Rising to northerly 25 knots later. Sea becoming rough. Sunday:Northerly 30 knots easing to westerly 15 knots. Rough sea easing.Moderate westerly swell developing.

Auckland

Manukau and Waitemata Harbours, Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville.

Situation
A front over the North Island moves away to the northeast today, while a trough affects the far South Island into Friday. A northwest flow strengthens during Saturday ahead of another trough deepening in the Tasman Sea. This trough is expected to move over the country on Sunday.

Warning
Strong wind advisory for Manukau Harbour, Hauraki Gulf, the area from Bream Head to Cape Colville and Waitemata Harbour

Forecast
For Manukau Harbour: Thursday: Northwest 15 knots rising to 20 knots in the morning, and to 25 knots gusting 35 knots for a time this afternoon. Sea becoming rough for a time in the afternoon. Poor visibility in rain at times, easing to fair visibility in showers evening. Northwest swell rising to 2 metres. Southwest swell 1 metre. Friday: Easing to northwest 10 knots in the morning, rising to 15 knots for a time in the afternoon, dying out at night. Fine spells, isolated morning showers. Northwest swell easing to half to 1 metre. Southwest swell rising to 1.5 metres. Saturday: Northerly 10 knots developing early, then rising to 20 knots later. Cloudy periods increasing, with showers developing later. Northwest swell half to 1 metre. Southwest swell easing to 1 metre later. Sunday: Northerly rising to 25 knots, then easing to westerly 15 knots. Rain developing early, easing to a few showers later. Northwest swell rising to 2 metres for a time. Southwest swell rising to 3 metres. For Waitemata Harbour: Thursday: Northwest 15 knots rising to 20 knots in the morning, and to 25 knots gusting 35 knots for a time this afternoon. Sea becoming rough for a time in the afternoon. Poor visibility in rain at times, easing to fair visibility in showers at night. Friday: Easing to westerly 10 knots in the morning, dying out at night. Fine spells, isolated morning showers. Saturday: Northerly 10 knots developing early, then rising to 20 knots later. Cloudy periods increasing, with showers developing later. Sunday: Northerly rising to 25 knots, then easing to westerly 15 knots. Rain developing early, easing to a few showers later. For Hauraki Gulf: Thursday: Northwest 20 knots, rising to 25 knots gusting 35 knots late morning, then easing to 20 knots in the evening and to 15 knots at night. Sea becoming rough in the morning, easing evening. Poor visibility in rain developing morning, easing to fair visibility in showers at night. Northerly swell rising to half to 1 metre for a time. Friday: Easing to westerly 10 knots in the morning. Becoming northerly 10 knots in the afternoon, dying out at night. Fine spells, isolated morning showers. Northerly swell half a metre or less. Saturday: Northerly 15 knots developing early, rising to 20 knots later. Cloudy periods increasing, with showers developing later. Northerly swell half a metre or less. Sunday: Northerly rising to 25 knots, then easing to westerly 15 knots. Rain developing early, easing to a few showers later. Northerly swell rising to 1 metre but 1.5 metres about the outer gulf for a time. For the area from Bream Head to Cape Colville: Thursday: Northwest 20 knots, rising to 25 knots gusting 35 knots mid morning, and to 30 knots gusting 40 knots this afternoon. Northwest easing to 20 knots this evening. Sea becoming rough in the morning, easing evening. Poor visibility in rain developing morning, easing to fair visibility in showers at night. Rising to northerly swell 1 metre. Friday: Easing to westerly 15 knots in the morning. Becoming northerly 10 knots in the afternoon, dying out at night. Fine spells, isolated morning showers. Northeast swell easing to half a metre. Saturday: Northerly 15 knots developing early, rising to 20 knots later. Cloudy periods increasing, with showers developing later. Northeast swell dying out. Sunday: Northerly rising to 30 knots, then easing to westerly 15 knots. Rain developing early, easing to a few showers later. Northerly swell rising to 2 metres for a time.

Outlook