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Recreational Marine: Wellington
Marine Weather Situation and Forecast issued at 0715hrs Friday 05-Jun-2020 by MetService
Gale warning for Cook
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 0448hrs Friday 05-Jun-2020
Valid to 7 am Friday for Wellington Harbour and the south coast from Sinclair Head to Baring Head.
Strong wind advisory.
Friday: Southerly 25 knots gusting 35 knots, easing to 15 knots this afternoon, and to variable 5 knots this evening. Rough sea easing. Poor visibility in showers, gradually clearing. Generally fine from afternoon.
Outlook until midnight Monday:
Saturday: Becoming northerly 20 knots early, then changing southerly 30 knots
evening, easing to 15 knots overnight. Mainly fine, showers with
Sunday: Becoming northerly 15 knots morning, rising to 20 knots evening. A
few early showers, clearing to fine.
Monday: Northerly 15 knots. Fine.
Swell forecast to midnight Monday:
For Wellington South Coast and Palliser Bay: Southerly half a metre,
rising to 2 metres late Friday, easing to half a metre Saturday,
rising to 2 metres again Sunday.
For Castlepoint: Northeast 1.5 metres, easing to 1 metre Friday.
Southerly half a metre to 1 metre, rising to 2 metres late Friday,
easing to 1 metre for a time Saturday.
High tide at Wellington:
Thursday 1522 1.8 metres.
Friday 0350 1.7 metres.
High tide at Plimmerton:
Thursday 2036 1.7 metres.
Friday 0855 1.7 metres.
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