Lord Howe Island Forecast

IDN10033
Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology 
New South Wales
 
Lord Howe Island Forecast
 
Issued at 3:00 pm EST Monday on 21 April 2014

 
Warning Summary at issue time
Nil.
For the latest warning information please check the Bureau's web site
www.bom.gov.au/weather/nsw
 
Weather Situation
A high pressure system near Lord Howe Island will slowly drift east across the
northern Tasman Sea over the next few days, promoting stable conditions for the
early part of the week. Freshening northwesterly winds and the increased chance
of showers are expected from Wednesday as a trough of low pressure approaches
from the west.
 
Forecast for the rest of Monday
Cloudy periods. Variable winds 05/10 knots, tending N/NE in the evening. Smooth
seas on a moderate S/SW swell.

Dangerous surf conditions, hazardous for coastal activities such as swimming,
surfing and rockfishing.


 
Forecast for  Tuesday
Cloud increasing. The chance of a shower, more likely in the evening. N/NE winds
05/10 knots, tending N 10/15 knots later in the day. Smooth to slight seas on a
low to moderate S/SW swell.

Dangerous surf conditions, hazardous for coastal activities such as swimming,
surfing and rockfishing.


Precis: Cloud increasing.  Min: 17  Max: 25

UV Alert: 09:00 am to 1:50 pm, UV Index predicted to reach 5 [Moderate].
 
Forecast for  Wednesday
Cloudy periods. A shower or two. N/NW winds 10/15 knots.
 
Precis: A shower or two.  Min: 19  Max: 25

 
Forecast for  Thursday
Partly cloudy. A shower or two. NW winds 10/15 knots.
Precis: A shower or two.  Min: 19  Max: 24

 
Forecast for  Friday
Cloudy. A shower or two, increasing in the afternoon. NW winds 10/15 knots,
tending S/SE in the evening.
Precis: A shower or two, increasing.  Min: 20  Max: 25

 
The next routine forecast will be issued at  5:00 am EST Tuesday