Norfolk Island Forecast

Australian Government Bureau of Meteorology 
New South Wales
Norfolk Island Forecast
Issued at 5:00 am EST Saturday on 19 April 2014

Warning Summary at issue time

Weather Situation
A deep low, currently centred just east of the South Island of New Zealand, will
slowly move south-southeast, with a ridge of high pressure dominating over
Norfolk Island most of the weekend. A low pressure trough is expected to move
across the Island on Sunday afternoon, bringing isolated showers and a
southwesterly change. Following the passage of this trough, a high pressure
system will reform over the northern Tasman Sea, with more stable conditions
developing over the region early new week.

Forecast for the rest of Saturday
Partly cloudy. A shower or two. W winds 10/15 knots. Slight seas. Moderate S/SW

Dangerous surf conditions in S facing surf zones, hazardous for coastal
activities such as rock fishing, swimming and surfing, but easing during the
Precis: Shower or two.  Max: 24

UV Alert: 09:10 am to 02:30 pm, UV Index predicted to reach 7 [High]
Forecast for  Sunday
Cloud increasing. A shower or two. W/NW winds 10/15 knots turning SW in the
afternoon. Slight seas. Moderate SW swell.
Precis: Shower or two.  Min: 18  Max: 24

Forecast for  Monday
Partly cloudy. The chance of a shower. S/SE winds 10/15 knots.
Precis: Chance shower.  Min: 18  Max: 23

Forecast for  Tuesday
Partly cloudy. The chance of a shower. E/SE winds 05/10 knots.
Precis: Chance shower.  Min: 18  Max: 22

The next routine forecast will be issued at  3:00 pm EST Saturday