Northland Recreational Marine Forecast

Marine Recreational Forecasts - Northland

4:47 PM July 28, 2016
Area Description: The Bay of Islands and inshore waters from Cape Brett to the Poor Knights Islands to Bream Head.
Situation: A series of troughs embedded within an unsettled westerly flow affects the country through to the end of the weekend. On Monday, a low is expected to cross the North Island from the Tasman Sea.
Warnings: GALE warning for BRETT
Forecast: Strong wind advisory. Thursday: Westerly 25 knots gusting 35 knots. Sea rough. Poor visibility in showers and possible squally thunderstorms, easing this evening. Friday: Westerly 25 knots gusting 35 knots, rising to 30 knots gusting 40 knots late morning, then easing to 15 knots late evening. Rough sea easing in the evening. Fair visibility in showers.
Outlook: Outlook until midnight Monday: Saturday: Rising to northwest 20 knots in the morning and to 35 knots during the afternoon. Changing southwest 25 knots in the evening. Showers turning to rain for a time. Sunday: Southwest 25 knots easing to westerly 15 knots. A few showers. Monday: Turning northerly 15 knots early. Changing westerly 20 knots later. A few showers, turning to rain.
Swell: Swell forecast to midnight Monday: Northerly half a metre or less.

Moon Phases

  1. Jul 27
    Last Quarter
  2. Aug 03
    New Moon
  3. Aug 11
    First Quarter
  4. Aug 18
    Full Moon

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