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Weather Forecast for Auckland

Some cloud, chance of a light shower otherwise mainly dry. Light winds.

Now

12°
Auckland
Observed at 11:03pm from:
Auckland (IAUCKL70)
Rain (today)WindHumidexHumidityPressure
0.3mmN 2km/h12°77%1021.74hPa

Tonight

6°
Auckland
Some cloud, chance of a light shower otherwise mainly dry. Light winds.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
30%traceSW 10km/h10:13am10:51pmWaning Gibbous

Tomorrow

14°
Auckland
Sunny areas and increasing cloud, risk of a shower. Light Sou'West winds.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindUV IndexSunriseSunset
30%traceSW 15km/h2 (Low)7:32pm5:20am

Next 24 Hours in Auckland

Next 9 Days in Auckland

Fri 10 Jul
Fri 10 Jul
14°
Day
7°
Night
Sunny areas and increasing cloud, risk of a shower. Light Sou'West winds.
SW
15km/h
30%
chance
of rain

trace
Sunny areas and increasing cloud, risk of a shower. Light Sou'West winds.
View hourly forecast
Sat 11 Jul
Sat 11 Jul
15°
Day
10°
Night
Morning cloud then mostly sunny, Westerly winds.
W
20km/h
10%
chance
of rain

trace
Morning cloud then mostly sunny, Westerly winds.
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Sun 12 Jul
Sun 12 Jul
16°
Day
10°
Night
Mostly cloudy, may be a spit. WNW winds.
WNW
15km/h
25%
chance
of rain

2.3mm
Mostly cloudy, may be a spit. WNW winds.
View hourly forecast
Mon 13 Jul
Mon 13 Jul
14°
Day
8°
Night
Partly cloudy, light Easterly quarter winds.
E
15km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy, light Easterly quarter winds.
View hourly forecast
Tue 14 Jul
Tue 14 Jul
14°
Day
9°
Night
Afternoon showers.
E
21km/h
40%
chance
of rain

0.8mm
Afternoon showers.
View hourly forecast
Wed 15 Jul
Wed 15 Jul
13°
Day
10°
Night
Windy, with showers.
E
36km/h
50%
chance
of rain

3.6mm
Windy, with showers.
View hourly forecast
Thu 16 Jul
Thu 16 Jul
14°
Day
10°
Night
Showers.
E
32km/h
50%
chance
of rain

6mm
Showers.
View hourly forecast
Fri 17 Jul
Fri 17 Jul
14°
Day
9°
Night
Showers.
ESE
25km/h
40%
chance
of rain

3mm
Showers.
View hourly forecast
Sat 18 Jul
Sat 18 Jul
15°
Day
9°
Night
Partly cloudy.
ESE
20km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
View hourly forecast

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josh on 8/07/2020 7:10am

saw lightning and thunder before. lots of hail today. wow. i love this weather.

Strauss on 9/07/2020 1:58am

Wow good for you, I know I certainly don’t like that weather -Nasty stuff

Josh on 8/07/2020 1:47am

hail in auckalnd 🙂 thunderstormss without thunder

Helen on 7/07/2020 8:40pm

Your current temperature for Richmond Tasman is not working.

WW Forecast Team on 7/07/2020 10:33pm

Hi Helen – can you please provide us with the Station ID in that current/now box? We can then block this weather station from appearing and it will find the next nearest accurate one. (If you can’t find it, perhaps screenshot the page for us and email it to news @ weatherwatch.co.nz)

Cheers
WW

Josh on 7/07/2020 1:06am

will tommorow be similar to april 10 2018. wind. will there be thunder thanks.

Obai Tashkandi on 6/07/2020 4:36am

Hi WW,
I just want to know how many air masses do we have in New Zealand? Because I think it varies from country to country.

WW Forecast Team on 6/07/2020 7:57pm

Hey Obai, this link explains air masses (although it may be a bit heavy reading) https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_mass
In NZ we focus on a few main areas… 1) the Polar area over the Antarctic region (dry and cold), 2) the Southern Ocean (stormy), 3) Australia’s interior (hot and dry), 4) Sub-tropics (can be warm and very wet). These are basically the main areas that shift our temperatures the most and give us our extremes.
Cheers
Phil D

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