Weather Forecast for Kaitaia (2024)

Next 24 Hours in Kaitaia

Next 9 Days in Kaitaia

Thu

11 Jul

Thu

11 Jul

15

°
Day

5

°
Night

Mostly sunny. Calm/Variable winds.

SE
8km/h

10

%
chance
of rain


trace

Mostly sunny. Calm/Variable winds.

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Fri

12 Jul

Fri

12 Jul

15

°
Day

8

°
Night

Mostly sunny. Breezy East to Sou'East winds.

ESE
15km/h

10

%
chance
of rain


trace

Mostly sunny. Breezy East to Sou'East winds.

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Sat

13 Jul

Sat

13 Jul

16

°
Day

12

°
Night

Afternoon showers. Breezy to brisk East to Nor'East winds.

ENE
28km/h

50

%
chance
of rain


12.3mm

Afternoon showers. Breezy to brisk East to Nor'East winds.

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Sun

14 Jul

Sun

14 Jul

16

°
Day

11

°
Night

Rain. Fairly breezy North to Nor'East winds.

NNE
25km/h

90

%
chance
of rain


16.5mm

Rain. Fairly breezy North to Nor'East winds.

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Mon

15 Jul

Mon

15 Jul

17

°
Day

10

°
Night

Scattered showers. Breezy Westerly winds.

W
14km/h

40

%
chance
of rain


2.1mm

Scattered showers. Breezy Westerly winds.

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Tue

16 Jul

Tue

16 Jul

16

°
Day

11

°
Night

Showers. Breezy North to Nor'West winds.

NNW
14km/h

50

%
chance
of rain


4.5mm

Showers. Breezy North to Nor'West winds.

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Wed

17 Jul

Wed

17 Jul

17

°
Day

12

°
Night

Showers. Breezy North to Nor'West winds.

NNW
14km/h

60

%
chance
of rain


16.4mm

Showers. Breezy North to Nor'West winds.

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Thu

18 Jul

Thu

18 Jul

16

°
Day

11

°
Night

Light rain. Breezy North to Nor'West winds.

NNW
19km/h

60

%
chance
of rain


11.6mm

Light rain. Breezy North to Nor'West winds.

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Fri

19 Jul

Fri

19 Jul

15

°
Day

11

°
Night

Showers. Fairly breezy Sou'West winds.

SW
25km/h

60

%
chance
of rain


3.4mm

Showers. Fairly breezy Sou'West winds.

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Bill on 8/07/2024 11:21pm

In regards to my last question- Being a bit old school, I dislike talking about climate change and global warming just as much as the next person down here haha, but are we actually starting to see the effects of it or is this just a weather cycle? Will we ever get deep frosts again like the previous 10 years?

WW Forecast Team on 8/07/2024 11:47pm

It’s been gradually going up and up for the past decade. Data shows that regardless of what is causing it to happen. Certainly heavy frosts are very possible – it only takes a high pressure zone like the one we have tomorrow to be placed over Tasmania instead and we’d have a major Antarctic blast. NZ is very tiny in the big scheme of lows/highs and their airflows, so it doesn’t take much to push us hotter or colder than historically recorded. Humans tend to think weather/climate resets each year but really it’s always changing and never a carbon copy of the year prior.
– PD

Bill on 8/07/2024 10:36pm

Seeing these frosts in the forecast for Invercargill has made me realise that we don’t get frosts like we used to, I remember even 5-10 years ago it use to freeze over for days on end and ponds would freeze for weeks. Am I losing my memory or is this statistically happening too?

WW Forecast Team on 8/07/2024 10:49pm

You’re correct Bill – we’ve certainly seen a reduction in heavy and severe frosts over the past decade. Most notably the several years from about 2015 onwards due to a big uptick in high pressure to our north and more westerly driven airflows which are much milder. This past year has been a closer return to normal, but even this week more than half of NZ is warmer than average – and yet that’s with a giant high over us in the depths of winter! Part of this is because NZ is so small one large high or low can bring us a month of above normal temperatures because it’s dragging in air from central Australia or maybe the subtropics. But the other part is to do with the climate warming – and being an island nation it’s harder for us to notice that gradual warming with so much chaos in our weekly weather patterns … but you sure notice it with things like frosts and how much lighter they may now be (generally speaking of course) compared to a decade or two ago.
Cheers
Phil D

Christopher Randal on 7/07/2024 12:46am

“Expect possible low cloud/fog from 1:00am to 3:00am and from 4:00am to 5:00am and from 6:00am to 8:00am”

Why would the fog miraculously clear for an hour and then come back?

Waharoa

WW Forecast Team on 7/07/2024 2:42am

It’s just showing the hours the data triggers that alert – agree it could be worded better to just avoid times. We’re the only forecaster in NZ with a specific Fog Forecaster and while very accurate it can be further improved.

Cheers
WW

Claude and Christine Pelosi on 5/07/2024 9:20pm

Where is our old well understood , easy to find, forecast?

WW Forecast Team on 5/07/2024 10:45pm

Where it’s always been?
– WW

Kitteh on 4/07/2024 6:56am

Holy summer in the Waikato Batman !!! The weather station in Hamilton central is reading 23 degrees while the other stations around the Tron are reading 6-8. Even Tauranga is 8 degrees. Here’s the station ID if you want to have a look. IHAMIL475

Me on 5/07/2024 5:19am

As it went, IHAMIL475 righted itself about 1 hour after the above comment. Alls OK now. Thanks WW Team and keep up your great work. You all do us (NZ) a great turn.

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