4:06PM Wed 9 Dec 2020. Warmth and dryness remained a theme into winter. The highest one-day rainfall was recorded at Milford Sounds, with 126mm falling on July 13. While the dams vary in size, they all rely entirely on rainfall to replenish. The Sugar Club. Light winds. Most notably on 5 February, tinder-dry conditions in the Tasman District fuelled a large scrub fire in Pigeon Valley near Wakefield. Variable rainfall patterns; cool in the lower South Island. A lot of rain (rainy season) falls in the months: May, June, July and August. All rights reservedPrivacy Policy, 2016, Free phone within New Zealand: 0800 RING NIWA (0800 746 464) Contact details. The average is 14. Lake Wanaka and Lake Wakatipu rose considerably, inundating lakeside roads, tracks and reserves. It was reportedly the largest aerial firefight in New Zealand's history, with 23 helicopters and two planes used at the peak of the fire. Soil in the North Island began to dry out again during spring. Based on the seven-station series, 2019 featured six months with near average temperatures (within -0.50°C to +0.50°C of average), six months with above average temperatures (greater than +0.50°C of average) and no months with below average temperatures (less than -0.50°C of average). An unusually dry start to winter. A teeth-shattering -5C was recorded there about 6.45am. Very wet in Northland, dry for many remaining areas, Warm start to winter for much of the country, Warm and dry for the middle to lower South Island, Dry for many locations; temperatures near to below average, Dry in the North Island; flooding in the lower South Island. The wider Nelson region experienced New Zealand’s highest annual sunshine total during 2019 (2859 hours recorded at Nelson), followed by Marlborough (2799 hours - Blenheim) and Hawke’s Bay (2709 hours – Napier). Rainfall. The average annual amount of rainy days is: 185.0 days Average monthly snow and rainfall in Auckland (Auckland Region) in inches. Canterbury panther: Is the mysterious big cat on the move? Even the driest month still has a lot of rainfall. Recent Rainfall Radar 12 hour Rainfall Radar 24 hour Rainfall Radar 48 hour Rainfall Radar Web Cams Buoy Reports Valentia Tephigram Climate. By the end of February, Nelson observed a 40-day dry spell  which was the 4th-longest dry spell on record there (with records extending back to 1862), while Tauranga and Hamilton had 36 consecutive dry days – their 3rd-longest dry spells on record (records began in 1910 and 1935, respectively). Annual temperatures were above average (+0.51°C to +1.20°C above the annual average) across the majority of New Zealand. New Zealand’s 2nd-warmest July on record. » Auckland » Bay of Plenty » Canterbury » Gisborne » Hawke's Bay » Manawatu-Wanganui » Marlborough » Nelson » Northland » Otago » Southland » Taranaki » Tasman » Waikato » Wellington » West Coast Hamilton . The dryness contributed to multiple fires arising during February. Five of the past seven years have been among New Zealand’s warmest on record. The cooler temperatures at the end of winter and start of spring were also influenced by a rare major Sudden Stratospheric Warming (SSW) event, which occurred in the polar stratosphere during late-August and peaked in mid-September (this was the Southern Hemisphere’s strongest SSW on record and just the second major event on record). In Auckland, Watercare urged residents to use water wisely at the start of July as water storage was 25% less than normal for the time of year. Between 25–27 March, a New Zealand 48-hour rainfall record was set at the Hokitika catchment of the Cropp River which recorded 1086 mm, or more than a metre of rain. 4:13PM Wed 9 Dec 2020. Dry for most locations, drought for upper South Island. On the flip side this corresponds to an average of 4.7 hours of sunshine per day. • Of the six main centres in June 2019, Auckland was the warmest and sunniest, Christchurch was the coldest, Wellington was the wettest and least sunny and Dunedin was the driest. Average temperatures overall with variable rainfall patterns. Rainfall data from 82 sites throughout Canterbury, measuring intensities in 7.5 or 15-minute intervals, reported alongside data measured by partner agencies at 11 other sites. The Auckland region is still feeling the effects of a severe drought which took hold in 2019 and saw our total water storage (all our dams combined) drop to the mid-40 per cent mark. Variable rainfall patterns; cool in the lower South Island. The wider Nelson region experienced New Zealand’s highest annual sunshine total during 2019  (2859 hours recorded at Nelson), followed by Marlborough (2799 hours - Blenheim) and Hawke’s Bay (2709 hours – Napier). Historical nation-wide annual temperature anomalies (degrees above or below the 1981-2010 normal) from NIWA’s seven-station temperature series which begins in 1909. There have been 16 wet days in Auckland this month. Real Time Images; 24 Hour Images; Real Time Images. Rainfall was near normal (80-119% of normal) for the remainder of New Zealand. *All weather data collected at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Overton may not reflect temperatures or rainfall amounts for other areas of east Texas. Environmental Hotline 0800 504 639 The NRC 24/7 Environmental hotline: Report pollution or marine incidents toll free. The high of 38.4°C became New Zealand’s 18th-equal warmest temperature on record for all months (See Significant Weather and Climate Events in 2019 for further details). Climate Summary for September 2019. This rainfall is typically spread over 19 days, although this may vary considerably. The year ended on a cool and wet note in the South Island. The IOD’s hallmark is cooler than average sea surface temperatures in the eastern Indian Ocean near Indonesia and warmer than average sea surface temperatures in the Arabian Sea. This particular IOD event was of near-record strength and caused abnormally dry conditions across Indonesia and Australia during the end of 2019 (and contributed to Australia’s dangerous fire conditions). New Zealand Rain Radar and Rainfall Forecast Maps. All rain totals are measured in inches. On average July is the wettest month of the year in Auckland with around 133mm 5.2 inches of rain making it a wet time to visit. The wider Nelson region experienced New Zealand’s highest annual sunshine total during 2019 (2859 hours recorded at Richmond). ... Auckland . For New Zealand, it brought more westerly quarter winds than normal during spring, from cooler, drier southwesterlies in October to warm, moist northwesterlies in November. Variable temperature and rainfall patterns with frequent southwesterly winds. Despite several sharp cold snaps, temperatures as a whole were near average for the time of year in September and continued on the near average note in October, before prevailing northwesterlies in November brought unseasonably warm temperatures and New Zealand’s warmest November on record. *Station was down for maintenance. The least rain falls around January 30, … Climate Summary for July 2019. Showing: All Year January February March April May June July August September October November December It was New Zealand’s equal 2nd warmest March on record. Overall, annual mean sea level pressures for 2019 were slightly lower than normal over the South Island and south of the country while higher than normal pressures occurred over the Tasman sea. Wet end to the year for the North Island and north-eastern South Island, Southwest Pacific Tropical Cyclone Outlook, Air quality monitoring with low-cost sensors, ICES Expert Working Group Meetings – April 2017. The year began with New Zealand’s 3rd-warmest January on record. The selected Parameter has no reference periods, and will switch to a Periodic interval, clearing the current Chart. Hottest November on record for New Zealand. The years 1998 and 2018 were tied at 2nd-equal (0.80°C above the 1981–2010 annual average). Wind speed, wind direction and temperature are the observed or forecast values at the given hour. Most rainy days are in April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November. Soil moisture levels were much lower than normal for the time of year in Northland, Auckland, northern Waikato and eastern parts of Wairarapa. The tables below give yearly averages for rainfall at cities and towns across New Zealand. General Enquiries 0800 002 004 Stay connected: Call us toll-free between 8am and 5pm, Monday to Friday. Download the 2019 New Zealand Annual Climate Summary, Free phone within New Zealand: 0800 RING NIWA (0800 746 464), Copyright, NIWA. Below normal soil moisture levels continued into autumn for the North Island, while heavy rain during the end of March contributed to soils becoming wetter for western parts of the South Island. Rainfall shown is for the sum up to the hour. This atmospheric pressure pattern produced slightly more westerly wind flows than normal for the year. A warm and dry month for much of New Zealand. Auckland has a warm-temperate climate, with warm, humid summers and mild, damp winters.It is the warmest main centre of New Zealand and is also one of the sunniest, with an average of 2060 sunshine hours per year. Data can be used to assess storm intensities, provide the basis for flood warnings and provide daily, monthly or annual rainfall totals. July 1998 was the wettest month in Auckland since records began in 1962 - at 304.4mm of rainfall. It was NZ’s 4th-warmest autumn and 7th-warmest winter on record. Meanwhile a dry December for the upper North Island led to rapidly depleting soil moisture levels to start the new decade. Between November 2019 and May 2020, Auckland received 40 per cent less rain than normal. There is significant rainfall throughout the year in Auckland. 2016 remains NZ's hottest year on record which had a nationwide average temperature of 13.45°C (0.84°C above the 1981–2010 annual average). The nationwide average temperature for 2019, calculated using stations in NIWA’s seven-station temperature series which began in 1909, was 13.37°C (0.76°C above the 1981–2010 annual average). Wet end to the year for much of New Zealand. Escape some of June's colder weather by tucking into the small plates and shared dishes at central Auckland's The Sugar Club.Located on the 53 rd floor of Auckland's iconic Sky Tower, The Sugar Club has incredible views across the city and straight out to see. With 21.50°C | 70.70°F, the water temperature reaches its highest value in the year around February 19. The warmest temperature of 2019 was recorded on 31 January at Hanmer Forest. Scoop Auckland provides news and views from Auckland, New Zealand ... Rainfall: Yesterday: Past 7 days ... July 2019; June 2019; May 2019; April 2019; March 2019; February 2019; January 2019; December 2018; November 2018; October 2018; September 2018; August 2018; July 2018; A key climate driver and contributor to NZ’s hot start to 2019 was the presence of above average sea temperatures around our coastlines. Conversely, rainfall was above normal (120-149% of normal) in western Southland and parts of Westland. Copyright, NIWA. Thames . July is the coldest month, with an average high-temperature of 14.7°C (58.5°F) and an average low-temperature of 7.1°C (44.8°F). Data is specifically generated for Central Auckland (90544). Another key climate driver during spring 2019 was a strongly positive Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD) event in October and November. You can jump to a separate table for places on the North Island and South Island.. Each place has a total for how many days of wet weather it usually gets a year and for the normal amount of precipitation. Pockets of well above average (>1.20°C from average) temperatures were observed in the Bay of Plenty and Hawke’s Bay. Near average (within -0.50°C to +0.50°C of average) temperatures occurred in parts of the Wairarapa, the West Coast, Tasman, Nelson, Marlborough and coastal Canterbury. Warmer than average seas contribute to warmer than average temperatures on land but can also provide extra energy for passing storms (all else being equal, increased surface fluxes of latent and sensible heat can provide potential energy to storms). Get the monthly weather forecast for Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand, including daily high/low, historical averages, to help you plan ahead. Climate Summary for June 2019. Conversely, rainfall was above normal (120-149% of normal) in western Southland and parts of Westland. The big dry continued through July with the Hunua Ranges – home to Auckland’s four largest water supply dams – receiving significantly less rainfall than normal. The most rain falls during the 31 days centered around July 15, with an average total accumulation of 3.8 inches. 4:21PM Wed 9 Dec 2020. Rainfall tables - select location and period 1 Region State or Territory New South Wales Northern Territory South Australia Tasmania Queensland Victoria Western Australia 2 Area Catchment area Frequent bouts of high pressure contributed to a sunny year. Snow events were infrequent during the winter season and instead the warm and settled weather during June and July resulted in frequent fog events and disruptions at airports. 2019: New Zealand’s 4th-warmest year on record. Above normal soil moisture levels were observed in the lower west coast of the North Island and in parts of Otago and Southland. This trend is consistent with the overall pattern of global warming. By the end of winter, soil moisture levels were near normal for most of the country. Yearly rainfall in 2019 was below normal (50-79% of normal) across Northland, Auckland, the Bay of Plenty as well as parts of Waikato, Hawke’s Bay, the Wairarapa and Marlborough. A strongly negative Southern Annular Mode at the start of August and stronger than normal polar and sub-tropical jet streams fuelled a more active weather pattern to end winter. Dry for northern North Island, wet for much of South Island. The Hūnua Ranges is our biggest catchment area with dams covering 534 hectares. A dry and warm January led to the rapid depletion of soil moisture levels, which continued throughout February with drier than normal soils present across much of the country by the end of summer. MetService is New Zealand’s national weather authority. Wet and cool for inland parts of the South Island, variable elsewhere. Restaurants and Bars for Auckland in June. It was also the driest January to June on record for Auckland (321.2 mm, 62% of normal), Hamilton (275.8 mm, 53% of normal), Whangārei (277.8 mm, 44% of normal), Whitianga (332.8 mm, 39% of normal), and Kaitaia (238.4 mm, 36% of normal). Based on weather reports collected during 1985–2015. The fire doubled in size overnight, spreading to cover 1870 hectares within a perimeter of 20 km by 3 a.m. on 6 February. Head of water value Roseline Klein says only 163mm of rain fell in the Hunua Ranges, compared with a … ... 2019. A State of Emergency was declared in Westland and the Waiho River bridge on State Highway 6 was claimed by raging floodwaters. New Zealand’s 3rd warmest January on record. 2019 was the 4th-warmest year on record for New Zealand, based on NIWA’s seven-station series which began in 1909. November 2020 Rainfall Percentage Of Median October 2020 Rainfall Percentage Of Median September 2020 Rainfall Median Percentage August 2020 Rainfall Median Percentage July 2020 Rainfall Percentage Of Median Storm Rainfall (15 18 July 2020) Total Rainfall In Mm June 2020 Rainfall Percentage Of Median May 2020 Rainfall Percentage Of Median April 2020 Rainfall Percentage Of … It has now been 35 months since New Zealand has had a month with below average temperatures (since January 2017). Widespread heatwave conditions took hold during the end of the month with several locations experiencing their warmest January day on record. A central Pacific El Niño event (which persisted through to July) brought frequent bouts of high pressure with widespread sunny and dry weather to start the year. July, like June, is another mild winter month in Auckland, New Zealand, with average temperature fluctuating between 7.1°C (44.8°F) and 14.7°C (58.5°F). A small selection of our rainfall monitoring data is available on the MetService website. Yearly rainfall in 2019 was below normal (50-79% of normal) across Northland, Auckland, the Bay of Plenty as well as parts of Waikato, Hawke’s Bay, the Wairarapa and Marlborough. Auckland experiences some seasonal variation in monthly rainfall. New Zealand’s 2nd-warmest July on record. As of 1 January 2020, soils were wetter than normal for the time of year across parts of Southland, Otago, Nelson, Marlborough Sounds and Wellington. On average, July is the most rainy. At the end of spring 2019, soil moisture levels were below normal for much of the upper and eastern North Island, along with scattered portions of Tasman, Marlborough and Canterbury. Are you sure you want to proceed? Monthly climate summaries from December 2001 to the present. Auckland climate summary The Auckland lies on 54m above sea level The climate in Auckland is warm and temperate. Current rainfall and the forecast Rainfall is crucial to replenishing our dams. An example of this occurred on 25-27 March when a mix of an ‘atmospheric river’ , extending from Australian cyclones, coupled with extra energy from the Tasman Sea marine heatwave, as well as a strong low-pressure system siphoning moisture toward New Zealand, brought extremely heavy rainfall to the western South Island. The Hūnua rainfall graph shows normal rainfall versus actual for this time of year. Dunedin was the second coldest place at -4.5C. Rainfall intensity for the last hour (mm/h) Rainfall total for the last 24 hours (mm) Castle Rock Castle Rock in the Matawai Catchment: 09/12/20 08:00: 0.0: 0.0: Control Structure Whangamarino Control Structure in the Whangamarino Catchment: 09/12/20 09:00: 0.0: 0.0: Golden Cross Golden Cross in the Waitekauri Catchment: 09/12/20 08:00: 0.0: 0.0 This climate is considered to be Cfb … Soil in the North Island began to dry out again during spring. All rights reservedPrivacy Policy, 2016, Free phone within New Zealand: 0800 RING NIWA (0800 746 464) Contact details, Southwest Pacific Tropical Cyclone Outlook, Air quality monitoring with low-cost sensors, ICES Expert Working Group Meetings – April 2017, See Significant Weather and Climate Events in 2019 for further details. Auckland June Weather Averages. On average, January has the least rainy days. "Today's not too bad of a day. 2019 was New Zealand’s 4th-warmest year on record. Furthermore, five of the past seven years have been amongst New Zealand’s hottest on record. Scoop Auckland provides news and views from Auckland, New Zealand ... Rainfall: Yesterday: Past 7 days ... July 2019; June 2019; May 2019; April 2019; March 2019; February 2019; January 2019; December 2018; November 2018; October 2018; September 2018; August 2018; July 2018; In July, 146mm of rain fell at the airport station. 4:28PM Wed 9 Dec 2020. A Civil Defence State of Emergency was declared which lasted until 27 February. During the first eight days of December, a prolonged period of northwesterly airflows over the country delivered persistent rainfall to the headwaters of the South Island lakes and rivers. Climate of Ireland Climate Change Weather Extreme Records for Ireland Major Weather Events Storm Centre The best time of year to visit Auckland in New Zealand. 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