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Page last updated: 11:22AM Wednesday September 03, 2014

Two Day Forecast

Friday

18°C
10°C

Periods of rain. Northeast dying out.

Saturday

17°C
9°C

Showers, clearing later. Southerlies developing.

Coastal Marine ForecastLast updated: 5:01AM Wed, Sep 03, 2014

  • Colville

    Forecast

    Variable 10 knots. Sea slight. Easterly swell 1 metre.

    Outlook

    Outlook following 3 days: Developing Thursday morning northeast 20 knots, rising Thursday afternoon 30 knots with rough sea, easing Thursday night northerly 20 knots. Changing late Friday southerly 15 knots. Moderate northerly swell developing Friday, easing Saturday.

  • Raglan

    Forecast

    Variable 10 knots. Sea slight. Southwest swell 1 metre.

    Outlook

    Outlook following 3 days: Developing Thursday morning northeast 15 knots, rising Thursday evening easterly 30 knots with rough sea. Changing early Friday southeast 20 knots. Moderate northwest swell developing Friday, easing Saturday. Moderate southwest swell developing Saturday.

Local Tide ForecastsLast updated: 5:02AM Wed, Sep 03, 2014

Auckland

  DATE TIME (24hr) HEIGHT (m)
H 3 Sep 01:27 2.9 m
L 3 Sep 07:31 0.9 m
H 3 Sep 13:46 2.9 m
L 3 Sep 19:55 0.8 m
H 4 Sep 02:29 2.9 m
L 4 Sep 08:33 0.8 m

Onehunga

  DATE TIME (24hr) HEIGHT (m)
H 2 Sep 15:58 3.5 m
L 2 Sep 22:18 1.2 m
H 3 Sep 04:35 3.5 m
L 3 Sep 10:56 1.3 m
H 3 Sep 17:06 3.5 m
L 3 Sep 23:28 1.2 m

Leisure Marine ForecastLast updated: 11:22AM Wed, Sep 03, 2014

  • Auckland

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

    Situation

    A narrow ridge affects the region today. A east to northeast flow develops over the area as a low approaches from the Tasman Sea on Thursday. The low is expected to move across the area Friday night, followed by southwesterlies.

    Warning

    Strong wind advisory in force for Bream Head to Cape Colville, Hauraki Gulf and Waitemata Harbour.

    Forecast

    For Manukau Harbour:

    Wednesday: Variable 5 knots. Sea smooth. Cloudy periods, isolated afternoon and early evening showers.

    Thursday: Northeast 15 knots developing in the morning, rising to 20 knots gusting 35 knots in the evening. Becoming northerly 10 knots overnight. Sea becoming moderate in the evening, easing overnight. Poor visibility in rain from afternoon, with possible thunderstorms. For Waitemata Harbour:

    Wednesday: Variable 5 knots. Northeast 10 knots developing for a time this afternoon and early evening. Sea slight. Cloudy periods, isolated afternoon and early evening showers.

    Thursday: Northeast 15 knots developing in the morning, rising to 20 knots in the afternoon and to 25 knots gusting 35 knots in the evening. Becoming northerly 10 knots overnight. Sea becoming rough in the evening, easing overnight. Poor visibility in rain from afternoon, with possible squally thunderstorms.

    For Hauraki Gulf:

    Wednesday: Variable 5 knots. Northerly 10 knots developing this afternoon. Sea slight. Cloudy periods, isolated afternoon showers.

    Thursday: Northerly 10 knots, rising to 15 knots in the morning, to 20 knots but 25 knots gusting 35 knots north of Whangaparaoa in the afternoon, and to 25 knots gusting 35 knots but to easterly 30 knots gusting 40 knots in the north in the evening. Becoming northerly 15 knots everywhere overnight. Sea becoming rough in the north in the afternoon and everywhere in the evening, easing overnight. Poor visibility in rain from afternoon, with possible squally thunderstorms.

    For Bream Head to Cape Colville:

    Wednesday: Variable 5 knots. Northerly 10 knots developing this afternoon. Sea slight. Cloudy periods.

    Thursday: Northerly 10 knots, rising to northeast 15 knots in the morning, to 25 knots gusting 35 knots in the afternoon and to 30 knots gusting 40 knots early evening. Becoming northerly 15 knots late evening. Sea becoming rough in the afternoon, easing late evening. Poor visibility in rain from afternoon, with possibly squally thunderstorms.

    Outlook

    Outlook until midnight Sunday: Friday: Northerly 10 knots easing to variable 5 knots in the evening. Occasional showers. Saturday: Southerly 20 knots developing. Showers clearing at night. Sunday: Tending southwest 20 knots later. Cloud increasing later.

    Swell

    Swell forecast to midnight Sunday: East Coast: Northeast half a metre rising to 1 metre Thursday and to northerly 1. 5 metres Friday, then easing to a metre Saturday and dying out Sunday. West Coast: Southwest 1 metre, easing to half a metre this evening, then rising to 1.5 metres Saturday. Northwest 1.5 metres developing Friday, dying out late Saturday.