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Recreational Marine: Bay of Plenty
Marine Weather Situation and Forecast issued at 0715hrs Wednesday 27-Oct-2021 by MetService
Nil for Plenty
A front becomes slow moving over the North Island this morning before a series of troughs associated with a complex low in the Tasman Sea moves across the South Island from later today. A ridge of high pressure affects the country early Saturday before another front moves over the South Island later.
Forecast issued at 0309hrs Wednesday 27-Oct-2021
Valid to 7 am Wednesday for Inshore waters from Matakana Island to Mayor Island to Motiti Island and then east to Torere River mouth.
Wednesday: Variable 5 knots. Northerly 10 knots developing late morning, easing to variable 5 knots again this evening. Sea slight. Poor visibility in areas of fog and drizzle, clearing to fine spells this morning. Areas of fog possible again at night. Northeast swell half a metre.
Outlook until midnight Saturday:
Thursday: Northerly rising to 15 knots in the morning, and 20 knots for a time
in the evening. Cloudy. Rain, starting in the morning. Northeast
swell rising to 1 metre.
Friday: Changing westerly 15 knots in the morning. Rain clearing, then partly
cloudy. Northeast swell 1 metre.
Saturday: Southwest easing to 10 knots late. Partly cloudy. Northeast swell 1
metre, easing to half a metre.
High tide at Tauranga:
Wednesday 0003 1.6 metres.
Wednesday 1233 1.7 metres.
High tide at Whakatane:
Tuesday 2347 1.8 metres.
Wednesday 1214 1.9 metres.
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