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24 Jan 2022 14:18
NZ Recreational Marine and Coastal Forecasts
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    Home >Weather >Marine Forecasts >Recreational

    Recreational Marine: Auckland
    Marine Weather Situation and Forecast issued at 1330hrs Monday 24-Jan-2022 by MetService

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

    Situation:
    A low approaches the country from the northwest and associated fronts move onto the upper North Island today. These associated fronts then spread across the rest of the North Island and the upper South Island on Tuesday, and move away to the east on Wednesday. Another front, followed by strong southwest flow moves up the South Island from the south on Wednesday and the North Island on Thursday. A large high then develops over the country on Friday.

    Forecast issued at 1128hrs Monday 24-Jan-2022
    Valid to 1 pm Monday for Manukau and Waitemata Harbours, Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville.

    For Manukau Harbour:
    Monday: Easterly 10 knots, rising to northeast 15 knots around midday. Northeast rising to 20 knots for a time this afternoon and evening. Sea becoming moderate for a time this afternoon and evening. Fair visibility in periods of rain. Southwest swell 1.5 metres.
    Tuesday: Northeast 15 knots, rising to 20 knots in the morning. Northeast easing to 10 knots during the evening. Sea becoming moderate in the morning, easing in the evening. Poor visibility in periods of rain. Southwest swell 1.5 metres, easing to 1 metre.
    Wednesday: Changing westerly 10 knots early. A few showers. Southwest swell 1 metre.
    Thursday: Becoming southwest 15 knots early, then dying out in the afternoon. Easterly 15 knots developing late. A few showers in the morning, clearing. Southwest swell rising to 2 metres.
    Friday: Easterly 15 knots. Fine. Southwest swell easing to 1.5 metres.

    For Waitemata Harbour:
    Monday: Northeast 15 knots, rising to 20 knots for a time this afternoon and evening. Sea becoming moderate for a time this afternoon and evening. Fair visibility in periods of rain.
    Tuesday: Northeast 15 knots, rising to 20 knots in the morning and to 25 knots gusting 35 knots for a time in the afternoon. Northeast easing to 15 knots late evening. Sea becoming rough for a time in the afternoon. Poor visibility in periods of rain with possible thunderstorms from afternoon.
    Wednesday: Northwest 10 knots, tending westerly 10 knots in the evening. A few showers.
    Thursday: Becoming southwest 15 knots early then dying out in the afternoon. Easterly 20 knots developing late. A few showers in the morning, clearing.
    Friday: Easterly 20 knots easing to 15 knots later. Fine.

    For Hauraki Gulf:
    Monday: Northeast 15 knots, rising to 20 knots this afternoon. Sea becoming moderate this afternoon. Fair visibility in periods of rain. Northeast swell rising to 1 metre.
    Tuesday: Northeast 20 knots, rising to 25 knots gusting 35 knots for a time late morning and in the afternoon. Northeast easing to 15 knots late evening. Sea becoming rough for a time late morning and in the afternoon. Poor visibility in periods of rain with possible thunderstorms from afternoon. Northeast swell half to 1 metre.
    Wednesday: Northwest 10 knots, changing westerly 10 knots later. A few showers. Northeast swell easing to half a metre.
    Thursday: Becoming southwest 20 knots in the morning, then easing to 10 knots in the afternoon. Easterly 20 knots developing late. A few showers in the morning, clearing. Northeast swell half a metre.
    Friday: Easterly 20 knots, easing to 15 knots in the evening. Fine. Northerly swell half a metre.


    For the area from Bream Head to Cape Colville:
    Monday: Easterly 15 knots, rising to northeast 20 knots this afternoon. Sea becoming moderate this afternoon. Fair visibility in periods of rain. Northeast swell 1 to 1.5 metres.
    Tuesday: Northeast 20 knots rising to 25 knots gusting 35 knots for a time late morning and in the afternoon. Northeast easing to 15 knots late evening. Sea becoming rough for a time late morning and in the afternoon. Poor visibility in period of rain with possible thunderstorms from afternoon. Northeast swell 1 to 1.5 metres.
    Wednesday: Northwest 15 knots. A few showers. Northeast swell 1 metre.
    Thursday: Becoming southwest 20 knots early then easing to 10 knots in the afternoon. Easterly 20 knots developing late. A few showers in the morning, clearing. Northeast swell 1 metre.
    Friday: Easterly 20 knots easing to 15 knots later. Fine. Northeast swell half to 1 metre.

    High tide at Auckland:
    Monday 1249 3.2 metres.
    Tuesday 0114 3.0 metres.
    High tide at Onehunga:
    Monday 1550 3.9 metres.
    Tuesday 0417 3.7 metres.




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