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Auckland Forecasts – your thoughts on how it’s going?

Our Auckland forecasts have been up and running for 7 days now…and we’d love to hear what you think.

Post your comments below – or if you want to talk to us directly post a message using the Contact Us button above…we guarantee to reply to all emails and we’ll try to respond to any questions in the comments section too.

We want to ensure the product is as best as it can be.

Kind regards

The Weather Watch Team!




Andrew on 20/01/2009 8:45am

Hey Guys this website is doing a great job and with everyone’s feedback i believe soon we will see the Weather team move Auckland’s readings away from the Air Port…

Today was alot cooler around 23.7c so enjoying it more not as hot
I am enjoying this website so great job…


WW Forecast Team on 20/01/2009 9:20am

Thanks Andrew – we definitely want to start reporting on different city centres – Manukau, Auckland, Waitakere, North Shore etc.  Even Waiheke!    Hopefully in team we can do that… thanks again for the positive feedback – it’s very much appreciated!


The Weather Watch Team

Daniel E on 19/01/2009 8:23pm

I think the AKL forecast is great. Very handy to see what should be happening at a glance. Keep it up.

Guest on 19/01/2009 5:38pm

It’s great, but I wish the Auckland forecast had a separate RSS feed to the rest of the blog.

WW Forecast Team on 19/01/2009 8:39pm

We’ll pass that on to our techs… that would be useful and is something we’ll certainly look at doing in the future.


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giovanni rodriguez on 19/01/2009 9:00am

Hi ! I think the Auckland forecast is a very good idea. I still need time to get used to it but it certainly provides a one stop shop forecast for the Auckland weather days ahead. It helps in planning a lot of activities.



WW Forecast Team on 19/01/2009 9:06am

Thanks Gio,

We know it’s not written in the same style as other providers – very informal and sometimes even a bit subjective – but we feel it better portrays what people want to know in their daily forecast.  Thanks for the feedback.

The Weather Watch Team

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