Page last updated: 3:40AM Wednesday May 22, 2013
Some morning rain, then a possible shower. Light winds.
Rain gradually clearing. Southerlies developing.
Fine. Southerlies dying out.
Mainly fine, with northwesterlies.
Northeast 15 knots but 25 knots west of Cape Farewell to Cape Egmont, becoming northwest 15 knots everywhere early morning, then rising to 25 knots in the west tonight. Sea rough in the west at times. Northerly swell in the west, 2 metres easing. Northwest swell 1 metre. Poor visibility in rain, some heavy and possibly thundery.
Outlook following 3 days: Developing Thursday evening southeast 45 knots with high sea, easing Thursday night 35 knots and early Friday 15 knots, dying out late Friday. Developing Saturday northwest 20 knots. Southwest swell in west, moderate at times.Moderate southeast swell developing Thursday,easing Friday.
Inshore waters from Waitarere to Pukerua Bay and out to Kapiti Island.
A low west of central New Zealand crosses the country on Thursday, followed by a ridge late Friday. Northwesterlies strengthen late Saturday as a trough approaches from the Tasman Sea.
NIL warnings for COOK and STEPHENS
Tuesday: Variable 5 knots. Northeast 10 knots developing this evening.Smooth sea becoming slight this evening. Fine weather.
Wednesday: Northeast 10 knots tending northwest in the afternoon. Sea slight. Fair visibility in a period of morning rain.
Outlook until midnight Saturday: Thursday: Southerly 25 knots developing, easing southeast 15 knots later. Rain clearing later. Friday: Southeast 10 knots dying out. Fine. Saturday: Northwest 15 knots developing. Mainly fine.
Swell forecast to midnight Saturday: Northwest 1 metre, dying out Thursday.
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