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Weather Forecast for Kauri, Kamo, Northland

Now

16°
Kauri, Kamo, Northland
Observed at 6:32am from:
Kauri (IKAMO5)
Rain (today)WindHumidexHumidityPressure
-mmNE 0km/h18°82%1013.14hPa

Today

-°
Kauri, Kamo, Northland
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindUV IndexSunriseSunset
%NaNmm km/h-6:40pm6:08am

Tonight

13°
Kauri, Kamo, Northland
Showers early.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
30%traceNW 9km/h5:54am5:02pmWaxing Gibbous

Next 24 Hours in Kauri, Kamo, Northland

Next 9 Days in Kauri, Kamo, Northland

Tue 7 Apr
Tue 7 Apr
20°
Day
12°
Night
Light rain developing in the afternoon.
NW
12km/h
70%
chance
of rain

2.8mm
Light rain developing in the afternoon.
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Wed 8 Apr
Wed 8 Apr
19°
Day
12°
Night
Partly cloudy.
SW
30km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Thu 9 Apr
Thu 9 Apr
21°
Day
11°
Night
Partly cloudy.
SSW
21km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Fri 10 Apr
Fri 10 Apr
21°
Day
11°
Night
Partly cloudy.
WSW
12km/h
10%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Sat 11 Apr
Sat 11 Apr
22°
Day
15°
Night
Afternoon showers.
NNW
29km/h
50%
chance
of rain

0.7mm
Afternoon showers.
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Sun 12 Apr
Sun 12 Apr
19°
Day
13°
Night
Showers.
W
25km/h
50%
chance
of rain

1.2mm
Showers.
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Mon 13 Apr
Mon 13 Apr
20°
Day
13°
Night
Partly cloudy.
WSW
18km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Tue 14 Apr
Tue 14 Apr
20°
Day
11°
Night
Thunderstorms developing in the afternoon.
WSW
15km/h
50%
chance
of rain

2.4mm
Thunderstorms developing in the afternoon.
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Wed 15 Apr
Wed 15 Apr
21°
Day
12°
Night
Partly cloudy.
WSW
16km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Jase on 5/04/2020 11:02pm

Hmmm, and I was looking forward to Saturday being a decent rainy day here in Pukekohe. Looks like yet another rainmaker has detoured elsewhere. Despite another comment saying we’ve had enough, that’s far from the case, as the still mostly yellow fields can attest too.

All these months of sunny weather is starting to feel like groundhog day 🙁

Naoks on 31/03/2020 11:00am

Anyone seen the meteor went towards west around 23:58 today?

Clyde Dawson on 1/04/2020 1:49am

Saw fireball going south to North. What was it?

Tom Hughes-Ross on 29/03/2020 7:39pm

Hi Phil,

Just wondering how far behind in terms of drought we are here in rural north west Auckland (Kumeu area). It feels like we have had quite a bit of rain but I’m surprised to see how dry the ground is still. Thanks, Tom

WW Forecast Team on 29/03/2020 9:45pm

Hey Tom, good question. The rain has been very hit and miss so not everyone has relief. Ultimately we need an 80 to 120mm rain event over a couple days to really make an impact. Even half of that would be very helpful but may not be quite enough to put a nail in this drought event. Showers next 7 days won’t be much, especially with evaporation. Fingers crossed for rain around the middle of April.
Phil D

Andrew Douglas on 29/03/2020 4:45am

Hi Guys – we are based in Twyford Hastings and have seen in some models 100mm+ forecasts and with hail likely. we are pip fruit growers and with large volumes of high vague crop due to harvest this week, can you comment on our likelihood of getting through unscathed ??

WW Forecast Team on 29/03/2020 7:48am

Hi Andrew

If hail comes down tomorrow it will probably be of the smaller variety or maybe none at all. Heavy rain is possible although at this stage it may sit just offshore, it depends on the exact placement of an occluded front which is lying on the coastal fringe tomorrow. If it comes onshore a touch there could be the potential for very heavy rain, but if it’s just offshore it may mean only a few showers or spits.

Tuesday could produce isolated heavy showers with a chance of bigger hail late afternoon / early evening but this may be more inland about the ranges then clearing there at night.

Cheers
Aaron

Andrew on 29/03/2020 1:17am

Hi guys – how many mm of rain do you think Taupo ( kinlock) is due tomorrow afternoon and over what period – considering it says thunderstorms! Concerned farmer !!

WW Forecast Team on 29/03/2020 3:52am

Hi there

Bit of a hit and miss scenario for you tomorrow. Thunderstorms due to their nature means you could get heavy downpours in one area then down the road you may not get much, so a bit hard to put a figure on anything. Isolated heavy falls may deliver 10 to 30mm in a short period of time, perhaps a little more if you are lucky. But on the other end of the scale if you miss it might be a 3 to 5mm kind of day.

Hope it goes your way!

WW

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