Weather Conditions AucklandAuckland weather conditions
September is a cheerful and lively month, because the local people know that the temperature increases only in comparison to the..... The month of September marks the beginning of early Spring in Auckland. All over Oceania and the Southern Hemisphere towns are witnessing the advent of warm weather and dryer conditions. As in Auckland, towns like Wellington, Melbourne, Adelaide and Christchurch thaw in relatively cool weather, greens appear on top of a tree and the sun shines brightly on them.
September is an optimistic and lively time, as the local people know that the temperature will only start to pick up in the next few weeks. In spite of the agitation surrounding the weather in early September can still be erratic. Throughout New Zealand, the weather of early Spring can strike opposite ends of the range, from sunshine and heat one morning to frost and stormy the next.
Uncertain weather means that people want to be ready for many different types of weather and weather forecast. In the course of September, the temp rises slowly. Monthly mean is 55°F (13°C). Averages are only slightly hotter than averages at 61°F (16°C), and the period of days, even the hottest period of the year, often stays crunchy in September.
A lot of New Zealand backpacker and travellers like to go by motorhome, and as the weather is hot, this is a great way to explore New Zealand's city-reserves. In September, however, the weather becomes chilly over night, with an mean low temp of 10°C (50°F). In spite of the advent of springs, the ocean does not increase in September.
As in July and August, the mean ocean temperatures stay at 15°C (59°F). In September many nights stay covered and rain. Attendees should be ready for sporadic winds and sudden rains this past few weeks. With so many sunny and hazy weather, the sun shines for an average of 5 hrs a day and rains for an average of 16 more.
In spite of the number of wet weather conditions, there is less overall rainfall in September. The visitor should reckon with an annual rainfall of 40 mm during the whole monthly period. Weather is beginning to change, but with the sporadic rains, September is a good season to find accommodation that is nice and inviting in all weathers.
One great choice is the Peace and Plenty lnn opposite the Gulf of Devonport, in the enchanting city of Devonport. Situated on the waterfront when the weather is good, the renovated mansion has simple acces to cafés, pubs and canteens when the weather is not good.
There is another great place to stay on the north coast of Auckland. Birdwood House is in Hillcrest Borough, ideally placed to reach Takapuna Beach and the relaxed neighbourhood surrounding it, the fashionable Northcote Point area, the hotel and of course the Auckland CBS.
The Rydges Auckland is ideal for those who want a bigger resort. As part of the prestigious New Zealand hotels group, Rydges Auckland offers modern lodging with New Zealand's warm and welcoming people. All Auckland' s dining facilities may seem to focus on sea foods and sea foods, but the superb Cassia facility serves tasty New Zealand cuisine in the city.
Auckland was a place where the proprietors and cooks introduced something new when they opened Cassia, the contemporary kitchen of India. New Zealand Opera stages 3 shows a year in Auckland, Christchurch and Wellington. It is a wonderful and unique evening for the town' s audiences during the operatic year. During September the last oper of the summer is open to the public.
The Auckland Pet & Animal Expo is the top dogs in September.