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Weather Forecast for Greymouth

Scattered showers.

Now

16°
Greymouth
Observed at 2:11am from:
Greymouth (IGREYM5)
Rain (today)WindHumidexHumidityPressure
-mmSW 0km/h17°66%1016.59hPa

Today

15°
Greymouth
Rain developing during the afternoon.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindUV IndexSunriseSunset
100%4.5mmNE 20km/h1 (Low)7:40pm5:43am

Tonight

9°
Greymouth
Rain.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
100%12.8mmNNE 14km/h8:09am9:14pmWaning Gibbous

Next 24 Hours in Greymouth

Next 9 Days in Greymouth

Thu 6 Aug
Thu 6 Aug
12°
Day
6°
Night
Rain.
NE
8km/h
80%
chance
of rain

5.3mm
Rain.
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Fri 7 Aug
Fri 7 Aug
12°
Day
3°
Night
Generally clear.
ESE
10km/h
10%
chance
of rain

trace
Generally clear.
View hourly forecast
Sat 8 Aug
Sat 8 Aug
11°
Day
7°
Night
Afternoon showers.
SSW
13km/h
40%
chance
of rain

0.8mm
Afternoon showers.
View hourly forecast
Sun 9 Aug
Sun 9 Aug
11°
Day
4°
Night
Light rain.
WSW
20km/h
70%
chance
of rain

4.8mm
Light rain.
View hourly forecast
Mon 10 Aug
Mon 10 Aug
11°
Day
3°
Night
Generally clear.
SE
15km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Generally clear.
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Tue 11 Aug
Tue 11 Aug
12°
Day
5°
Night
Generally clear.
SSE
12km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Generally clear.
View hourly forecast
Wed 12 Aug
Wed 12 Aug
12°
Day
7°
Night
Rain.
N
14km/h
60%
chance
of rain

5.1mm
Rain.
View hourly forecast
Thu 13 Aug
Thu 13 Aug
11°
Day
7°
Night
Showers.
WNW
17km/h
60%
chance
of rain

5.4mm
Showers.
View hourly forecast
Fri 14 Aug
Fri 14 Aug
12°
Day
6°
Night
Light rain.
ESE
12km/h
60%
chance
of rain

4.2mm
Light rain.
View hourly forecast

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michelle halvorsen on 5/08/2020 12:21am

We are heading up to Monganui northland this weekend, can’t find a weather forecast for this area, is it going to be as rainy as Kaitaia?

WW Forecast Team on 5/08/2020 1:48am

Hi Michelle

I typed in somewhere very close to Monganui (Hihi) and it came up, here:

https://www.weatherwatch.co.nz/forecasts/Hihi,%20Mangonui,%20Northland

Personally looking at some modelling I’d say Saturday is looking a bit showery, especially afternoon where showers may even be heavy then easing in the evening. Winds fresh from the southwest. Sunday may have a morning shower otherwise mainly dry with sunny spells, southwesterly breezes.

Hope that helps! 🙂

WW

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

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