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Recreational Marine: Bay of Islands
Marine Weather Situation and Forecast issued at 1330hrs Sunday 27-Sep-2020 by MetService
Gale warning for Brett
A deep trough and several associated fronts move east across the country today, then a strong, cold southwest flow spreads over New Zealand during Monday and Tuesday. Southwesterlies ease on Wednesday, then a ridge of high pressure moves onto the country on Thursday.
Forecast issued at 1117hrs Sunday 27-Sep-2020
Valid to 1 pm Sunday for Bay of Islands Recreational Marine Area.
Gale warning. Sunday: Northerly 35 knots gusting 50 knots. Changing northwest 20 knots around midday, then easing to 15 knots this evening. Very rough sea easing around midday. Poor visibility in periods of rain, easing this afternoon. Northerly swell 1 metre, rising to 2 metres for a time. Monday: Westerly 15 knots, tending westerly 20 knots in the morning. Sea becoming moderate in the morning. Fair visibility in showers, clearing in the morning and becoming mainly fine. Northerly swell one metre.
Outlook until midnight Thursday: Tuesday: Northwest 20 knots, changing southwest 20 knots morning. Odd shower. Northerly swell half a metre. Wednesday: Easing to southwest 10 knots. Fine spells, chance shower. Northerly swell half a metre or less. Thursday: Variable 5 knots. Fine spells. Northeast swell half a metre or less.
High tides at Opua: 05:15pm Sunday, 05:37am Monday.
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