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Recreational Marine: Bay of Plenty
Marine Weather Situation and Forecast issued at 0715hrs Friday 05-Jun-2020 by MetService
Nil for Plenty
A low to the west moves over the upper North Island later today, followed by a strong southerly change over the North Island. An active cold front moves, preceded by northwesterlies and followed by southwesterlies, moves north across the country on Saturday, followed by another front on Sunday and a southwest flow again on Monday.
Forecast issued at 0639hrs Friday 05-Jun-2020
Valid to 7 am Friday for Inshore waters from Matakana Island to Mayor Island to Motiti Island and then east to Torere River mouth.
Friday: Northwest 10 knots, turning northeast 10 knots this afternoon, then changing southerly 20 knots this evening. Sea becoming moderate. Showers. Poor visibility in possible heavy showers from afternoon.
Outlook until midnight Monday:
Saturday: Becoming southwest 15 knots morning. Mainly fine.
Sunday: Southwest 15 knots. Morning cloud then fine.
Monday: Southwest 15 knots. Fine.
Swell forecast to midnight Monday:
Northeast 1 metre, rising to 1.5 metres today, and to 2 metres for a
time tomorrow morning, easing to about half a metre Saturday.
High tide at Tauranga:
Friday 0613 2.0 metres.
Friday 1853 2.0 metres.
High tide at Whakatane:
Friday 0552 2.0 metres.
Friday 1830 2.1 metres.
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