Your web browser (Internet Explorer) is out of date. Some things will not look right and things might not work properly. Please download an up-to-date and free browser from here.

Weather Forecast for Wellington

Cloudy. Fairly breezy South to Sou'East winds.

Now

11°
Wellington
Observed at 2:19am from:
wellington CBD (IWELLING363)
Rain (today)WindHumidexHumidityPressure
1.52mmSSE 0km/h11°75%1021.33hPa

Today

13°
Wellington
Partly cloudy. Light Sou'East winds.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindUV IndexSunriseSunset
10%traceSE 13km/h1 (Low)7:33pm5:03am

Tonight

8°
Wellington
Mostly clear. Breezy North to Nor'East winds.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
10%traceNNE 16km/h3:54pm3:18amWaning Crescent

Next 24 Hours in Wellington

Next 9 Days in Wellington

Fri 27 May
Fri 27 May
15°
Day
11°
Night
Mainly sunny. Breezy to brisk Northerly winds.
N
29km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Mainly sunny. Breezy to brisk Northerly winds.
View hourly forecast
Sat 28 May
Sat 28 May
15°
Day
10°
Night
Partly cloudy. Fairly breezy North to Nor'East winds.
NNE
22km/h
10%
chance
of rain

2.5mm
Partly cloudy. Fairly breezy North to Nor'East winds.
View hourly forecast
Sun 29 May
Sun 29 May
17°
Day
14°
Night
Rain. Fairly breezy Nor'East winds.
NE
24km/h
90%
chance
of rain

11mm
Rain. Fairly breezy Nor'East winds.
View hourly forecast
Mon 30 May
Mon 30 May
17°
Day
14°
Night
Windy, with light rain. Breezy to brisk North to Nor'West winds.
NNW
37km/h
70%
chance
of rain

9.1mm
Windy, with light rain. Breezy to brisk North to Nor'West winds.
View hourly forecast
Tue 31 May
Tue 31 May
17°
Day
12°
Night
Windy, with rain and possible thunder. Brisk North to Nor'West winds.
NNW
43km/h
80%
chance
of rain

10.2mm
Windy, with rain and possible thunder. Brisk North to Nor'West winds.
View hourly forecast
Wed 1 Jun
Wed 1 Jun
15°
Day
11°
Night
Light rain. Breezy to brisk North to Nor'West winds.
NNW
31km/h
70%
chance
of rain

9.6mm
Light rain. Breezy to brisk North to Nor'West winds.
View hourly forecast
Thu 2 Jun
Thu 2 Jun
15°
Day
11°
Night
Light morning rain. Breezy to brisk West to Nor'West winds.
WNW
29km/h
60%
chance
of rain

2.3mm
Light morning rain. Breezy to brisk West to Nor'West winds.
View hourly forecast
Fri 3 Jun
Fri 3 Jun
16°
Day
12°
Night
Partly cloudy. Fairly breezy North to Nor'West winds.
NNW
27km/h
20%
chance
of rain

1.7mm
Partly cloudy. Fairly breezy North to Nor'West winds.
View hourly forecast
Sat 4 Jun
Sat 4 Jun
15°
Day
12°
Night
Partly cloudy. Fairly breezy North to Nor'West winds.
NNW
25km/h
20%
chance
of rain

2.1mm
Partly cloudy. Fairly breezy North to Nor'West winds.
View hourly forecast

Comments

Before asking a question:

For over a decade WeatherWatch.co.nz has loved to receive your comments and questions here, however we need to tighten up on our rules of reply so that we can spend more time focusing on forecasting.

Before you ask a question please ensure you have read our latest news stories, weather video and specially made infographics on our homepage, as we will no longer be answering questions that are already generally answered there, or answered already in our hourly or 10 day forecasts at both WeatherWatch.co.nz or RuralWeather.co.nz

Stu on 19/05/2022 4:31am

I live on the hauraki plains and refer to your rural weather website but I find the rainfall totals to be wildly in accurate. I have never been a fan of met service but they are more realistic in there totals and even met Vue forcasting you can tell a week out that there forecast totals are more than double yours why could this be so, cheers for your response

WW Forecast Team on 19/05/2022 9:03am

Hi Stu, thanks for your feedback. Appreciate you’re in drought and so rain is crucial right now, and most rain bands for the past few years have been falling apart over Waikato and the Hauraki Plains, which makes every rainfall total so much more critical. We use the same data as MetVue, so they can’t be more accurate than us. Our data has been rated as the most accurate by both NZ Govt Agency and an independent international body. Most accurate doesn’t mean always perfect. If rain is critical to you, make sure you read our daily stories and weekday videos to help make sense of all the factors that go into a rainfall forecast. Feel free to use us with other forecasters too. WeatherWatch and RuralWeather provide a lot of extra context on top of “just a forecast” to help you work out the most likely chances of rain.
Cheers
Phil D

Stu on 19/05/2022 8:09pm

Thanks for the reply Phil much appreciated.keep up the good work I really like and find your weather forecast videos the best in the business.

Ian Taylor on 15/05/2022 9:59am

I’ve been a long time supporter of WW in Northeast Waikato. But since you teamed up with Metservice I have found that you have been over- forecasting rain that has not arrived during the summer / autumn period. I found your forecasts more accurate before you joined Metservice.

WW Forecast Team on 15/05/2022 8:18pm

H Ian, we haven’t teamed up with MetService, we simply display the public rain radar. Our data has been independently rated as most accurate rainfall forecaster in NZ by both the NZ Government and by an international firm that measured IBM. No forecaster is perfect but we’re pleased to be leading the way as most accurate in NZ, even if not perfect (yet!).
Kind regards
WW

Carole parker on 8/05/2022 12:15am

Can you tell me what the weather for Saturday for queens birthday weekend is likely to be please as looking at holding a carboot sale

WW Forecast Team on 8/05/2022 1:31am

Hi Carole

Much to far away at the moment to know sorry. Come back and ask us 4 to 7 days out if possible?

Also a location would be handy too! 🙂

Best wishes for the sale if we don’t hear back from you.

WW

Alexa on 4/05/2022 10:47pm

Any guesses on what the winter will be like in Queenstown snow-wise?

WW Forecast Team on 4/05/2022 11:02pm

Hi Alexa, thanks for the question. At this stage we don’t have a strong forecast for this but there are signs that it may be a later start this year. Too mild at the moment (and dry) – but actually sometimes a milder winter can create more snow in southern areas. The month of May doesn’t look too snowy around Queenstown, but there is a temp drop coming next week which bring a dusting on the mountains.
Cheers
WW

View more comments

12:05pmThu 26 May 2022
undefined for 12:05pm on Thu 26 May 2022
Radar Key

Latest Video