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Recreational Marine: Bay of Plenty
Marine Weather Situation and Forecast issued at 1135hrs Monday 24-Jan-2022 by MetService
Nil for Plenty
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 11 am Monday for Inshore waters from Matakana Island to Mayor Island to Motiti Island and then east to Torere River mouth.
Monday: Northeast 10 knots. Sea slight. Fair visibility in periods of rain. Northeast swell 1.5 metres.
Tuesday: Northeast 10 knots, rising to 15 knots in the morning and to 20 knots in the afternoon. Sea becoming moderate in the afternoon. Poor visibility in periods of rain. Northeast swell 1.5 metres.
Outlook until midnight Friday:
Wednesday: Northeast 15 knots turning northwest 15 knots late morning. Rain,
easing to showers, clearing later. Northeast swell easing to 1 metre.
Thursday: Becoming westerly 10 knots early then dying out. Southeast 20 knots
developing late. Partly cloudy, isolated evening showers. Northeast
swell 1 metre.
Friday: Southeast 15 knots, becoming northerly 10 knots from afternoon.
Morning cloud then fine. Northeast swell 1 metre.
High tide at Tauranga:
Monday 0015 1.7 metres.
Monday 1239 1.9 metres.
High tide at Whakatane:
Sunday 2355 1.9 metres.
Monday 1217 2.0 metres.
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