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Weather Forecast for Gisborne

Partly cloudy.

Now

-°
Gisborne
Observed at 12:33am from:
Whataupoko-Mangapapa (IGISBO26)
Rain (today)WindHumidexHumidityPressure
-mmN km/h-°-%1064hPa

Today

17°
Gisborne
Partly cloudy.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindUV IndexSunriseSunset
10%traceN 12km/h2 (Low)7:04pm5:23am

Tonight

9°
Gisborne
Partly cloudy.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
20%traceN 12km/h7:46am8:40pmWaning Gibbous

Next 24 Hours in Gisborne

Next 9 Days in Gisborne

Thu 6 Aug
Thu 6 Aug
14°
Day
8°
Night
Rain.
N
14km/h
70%
chance
of rain

4.6mm
Rain.
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Fri 7 Aug
Fri 7 Aug
13°
Day
6°
Night
Rain.
SW
31km/h
80%
chance
of rain

5.1mm
Rain.
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Sat 8 Aug
Sat 8 Aug
13°
Day
6°
Night
Partly cloudy.
SW
20km/h
10%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Sun 9 Aug
Sun 9 Aug
16°
Day
9°
Night
Generally clear.
WNW
20km/h
10%
chance
of rain

trace
Generally clear.
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Mon 10 Aug
Mon 10 Aug
11°
Day
8°
Night
Rain.
SW
21km/h
70%
chance
of rain

7.8mm
Rain.
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Tue 11 Aug
Tue 11 Aug
12°
Day
6°
Night
Showers.
SW
21km/h
50%
chance
of rain

2.1mm
Showers.
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Wed 12 Aug
Wed 12 Aug
13°
Day
8°
Night
Partly cloudy.
WNW
14km/h
10%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
View hourly forecast
Thu 13 Aug
Thu 13 Aug
15°
Day
8°
Night
Afternoon showers.
NW
17km/h
30%
chance
of rain

0.6mm
Afternoon showers.
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Fri 14 Aug
Fri 14 Aug
14°
Day
7°
Night
Partly cloudy.
NW
13km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Obai Tashkandi on 3/08/2020 5:00am

Hi WW

I just want to know when normally do temperatures start to warm up? Is it on September? Because I don’t want winter to finish! 😁

WW Forecast Team on 3/08/2020 9:46am

July is the coldest on average in Auckland, then it slowly starts to tick up again.

Have a look at this info here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Auckland

Scroll down to the climate section, you can see the temperatures and when they start to head up again 🙂

WW

jet on 2/08/2020 10:37pm

is thunderstorms still on the cards for Welly and nelson on Friday cheers jet

WW Forecast Team on 2/08/2020 11:26pm

Possible yes but don’t set your heart on it, it’s only a chance, they may not eventuate but some conditions are there for a risk of t/storms.

WW

Michelle on 1/08/2020 1:17pm

Just looking at a couple of weather forecasts and they are all saying snow to invercargill/Southland mid August
Could this be true?

WW Forecast Team on 1/08/2020 9:48pm

Maybe, but that is two weeks away. We’ll mention it in stories / articles as we get closer to that point in time if it’s looking possible.

This far out often the weather changes in models so nothing is guaranteed.

WW

Islay on 31/07/2020 4:40am

Your new long range forecast mentions “snow on the ranges” mid August. By the look of next weekend’s temperatures for Dunedin, we could be in for it?

WW Forecast Team on 31/07/2020 2:47pm

It’s possible, temperatures do get cold (although not super cold) around then in models but this far out it’s not exactly guaranteed.

Mid August even a few days further out does look very cold, sea level snow possible in Dunedin……. but that is ages away and not really worth paying too much thought to at the moment. But something to keep in the back of ones mind perhaps.

Cheers
Aaron

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