Auckland Recreational Marine Forecast

Marine Recreational Forecasts - Auckland

4:51 AM August 2, 2015
Area Description: Manukau and Waitemata Harbours, Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville.
Situation: Northwesterlies predominate over the region as a ridge slowly moves off to the east today. Northwesterlies strenghthen ahead of a front that moves up the North Island on Tuesday and across the area early Wednesday.
Warnings: Wind warning Nil
Forecast: For Manukau and Waitemata Harbours: Sunday: Northwest 10 knots developing this morning, dying out this evening. Sea slight but choppy when wind opposes tide. Cloudy periods with fair visibility in the odd shower, clearing by evening. For Hauraki Gulf and Bream Head to Cape Colville: Sunday: Northwest 15 knots easing to 10 knots this morning. Sea slight. Cloudy periods with fair visibility in the odd shower, clearing by evening.
Outlook: Outlook until midnight Wednesday: Monday: Northwest 15 knots. Cloudy at times. Tuesday: Rising to northerly 25 knots in the morning, changing westerly 15 knots overnight. Rain developing in the evening. Wednesday: Westerly 15 knots dying out in the morning. Rain, heavy at times.
Swell: Swell forecast to midnight Wednesday: East Coast: Easterly half a metre developing today, rising to 1 metre Tuesday. Northerly 1 metre developing Tuesday, dying out Wednesday. West Coast: Southwest 2 metres, rising to 3 metres Tuesday. Northwest 1 metre developing Monday, rising to 2 metres for a time Tuesday, dying out Wednesday.

Moon Phases

  1. Jul 31
    Full Moon
  2. Aug 07
    Last Quarter
  3. Aug 15
    New Moon
  4. Aug 23
    First Quarter

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August 2, 2015

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