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Today’s top temps

Everyday this week the North Island has seen maximum temperatures in the 20s and it was Kawerau with the national high of 28 this afternoon whereas Invercargill was coming up the rear with the national low of 17 degrees.

Tonight, temperatures should be near average however a little on the mild side for some areas.

Today we’ve included numerous centres and the official highs up until 4pm.

Kaitaia : 23
Whangarei : 24
Auckland : 24
Tauranga : 26
Hamilton : 24
Whakatane : 26
Gisborne : 22
New Plymouth : 22
Napier : 23
Hastings : 24
Wanganui : 22
Rotorua : 24
Tokoroa : 25
Taupo : 22
Palmerston North : 25
Levin : 22
Kapiti : 21
Masterton : 26
Wellington : 21
Nelson: 23                                                 
Blenheim : 24
Westport : 21
Greymouth : 20
Hokitika : 19
Kaikoura : 20
Christchurch : 21
Ashburton: 23
Timaru : 23
Oamaru : 20
Alexandra : 23
Queenstown : 22
Dunedin : 18
Dunedin Airport : 19
Invercargill : 17
Milford Sound : 19
Haast : 18
Manapouri Aero AWS : 19

The South Island didn’t have an overly warm day with 24 the high in Blenheim and most inland areas were just a little below mid February averages.

Homepage image of Invercargill’s water tower and the centre of the national low temperature today

WeatherWatch.co.nz

Comments

Toni on 21/02/2022 9:03am

It was 27 in West Auckland at 3.30 pm!

Namya on 4/02/2022 3:08am

Yo guys its actually old weather highs its in 2013 lol🤣

Denise on 31/01/2022 4:09am

30 degrees in Eastbourne that is according to the Met Service. Where on earth are your temps taken?

Deon Hamilton on 19/01/2022 4:53am

Was 34 here today in warkworth, don’t know where they take the temp but it’s BS

John Jones on 4/01/2022 3:45am

31 degrees here in Kelson Lower Hutt

Jacques on 23/02/2021 2:15am

Can everyone just please stop complaining about the temp being wrong when this article was published in 2013! You’re 8 years too late.

Jenny BLOXHAM on 3/02/2022 7:43am

At least you are on to it.
Well done Jacques!

Mike McGrath on 19/02/2021 4:14am

Reached 40.8 degrees on digital thermometer in the Hakataramea Valley today.

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