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Weather Forecast for Whangarei

Partly cloudy.

Now

-°
Whangarei
Observed at 5:52pm from:
Whau Valley (IWHANGAR39)
Rain (today)WindHumidexHumidityPressure
-mmN km/h-°-%1009.14hPa

Today

15°
Whangarei
Partly cloudy.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindUV IndexSunriseSunset
20%traceWSW 19km/h3 (Moderate)7:11pm5:46am

Tonight

6°
Whangarei
Generally clear.
Rain (chance)Rain (amount)WindMoonriseMoonsetMoon Phase
10%traceWNW 7km/h10:54am10:12pmWaning Gibbous

Next 24 Hours in Whangarei

Next 9 Days in Whangarei

Sun 9 Aug
Sun 9 Aug
16°
Day
10°
Night
Mostly cloudy.
WNW
10km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Mostly cloudy.
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Mon 10 Aug
Mon 10 Aug
16°
Day
10°
Night
Rain.
NNE
26km/h
100%
chance
of rain

25.5mm
Rain.
View hourly forecast
Tue 11 Aug
Tue 11 Aug
16°
Day
8°
Night
Scattered showers.
SW
22km/h
30%
chance
of rain

0.8mm
Scattered showers.
View hourly forecast
Wed 12 Aug
Wed 12 Aug
15°
Day
8°
Night
Partly cloudy.
S
13km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Thu 13 Aug
Thu 13 Aug
13°
Day
7°
Night
Showers.
SE
14km/h
40%
chance
of rain

2.8mm
Showers.
View hourly forecast
Fri 14 Aug
Fri 14 Aug
14°
Day
6°
Night
Partly cloudy.
SE
17km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
View hourly forecast
Sat 15 Aug
Sat 15 Aug
14°
Day
7°
Night
Partly cloudy.
E
16km/h
10%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
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Sun 16 Aug
Sun 16 Aug
15°
Day
10°
Night
Partly cloudy.
ENE
20km/h
20%
chance
of rain

trace
Partly cloudy.
View hourly forecast
Mon 17 Aug
Mon 17 Aug
16°
Day
11°
Night
Showers.
NE
29km/h
60%
chance
of rain

3.6mm
Showers.
View hourly forecast

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Helen on 8/08/2020 7:21am

Hiya, looking at the Whangarei area for a few days … either from end (27) Aug or from mid (10/17) Sep. Don’t mind the temperature, but want to avoid driving in stormy weather or buckets of rain. Which would be your best bet? Thanks for the excellent work WW!

WW Forecast Team on 8/08/2020 4:18pm

Hi Helen

Wish I could answer that with some accuracy but those dates are too far into the future for anything specific.

The closest information we have would be this video Phil has done here: https://www.weatherwatch.co.nz/content/new-nzs-climate-outlook-for-august-sep-oct-rain-and-temperature-trends-12-maps

It’s more about trends and patterns that may occur over the next few months.

Hope you have a good trip away when you do go! 🙂

Cheers
Aaron

Obai Tashkandi on 8/08/2020 4:29am

Hi WW

You said in one of the articles lately, an early spring pattern is developing. So, can we say that it’s spring right now, according to Mother Nature?

WW Forecast Team on 8/08/2020 5:08am

Hi Obai, a spring weather pattern is forming now but that doesn’t mean winter weather is over. Also some plants don’t trigger new growth until the days get longer than the nights and that isn’t until the end of September.But yes, Mother Nature sure is showing signs of spring around parts of NZ now 🙂 Spring is all about winter slowly fading away and hints of summer warmth coming in. In NZ winter blasts and frosts can still be an issue right through until October or even November.
– WW

Dylan on 7/08/2020 8:32am

Hi there, Canterbury Weather Updates is currently forecasting a significant snow event to sea level next Saturday. What are your thoughts on this eventuating? Going by your data, it looks as though it’s a bit far fetched currently.

WW Forecast Team on 8/08/2020 12:34am

Hi Dylan,
We do expect a surge of colder air later next week and into Saturday – but certainly nothing to indicate a significant snow event, or a sea level snow event. Keep an eye on http://www.RuralWeather.co.nz – the largest weather data site for Canterbury to keep on top of it. Some potential for some polar air which is why the highs are dropping back to single digits but looking quite dry next 10 days.
Cheers
Phil D

Dylan on 8/08/2020 12:47am

Thanks Phil!

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