Auckland, Albert Park Climate & Temperature
- Auckland, Albert Park, New Zealand is at 36°51'S, 174°45'E, 44 m (144 ft). See map.
- Auckland, Albert Park has a marine west coast climate that is mild with no dry season, warm summers. Heavy precipitation occurs during mild winters which are dominated by mid-latitude cyclones. Seasonality is moderate (Köppen-Geiger classification: Cfb).
- According to the Holdridge life zones system of bioclimatic classification Auckland, Albert Park is situated in or near the warm temperate dry forest biome.
- The mean annual temperature is 15.8 degrees Celsius (60.4 degrees Fahrenheit). See the temperatures page for a monthly breakdown and the fixed scale graph.
- Average monthly temperatures vary by 8.9 °C (16°F). This indicates that the continentality type is hyperoceanic, subtype barely hyperoceanic.
- In the winter time records indicate temperatures by day reach 14.7°C (58.4°F) on average falling to 8.3°C (47°F) overnight.
- In spring time temperatures climb reaching 18°C (64.4°F) generally in the afternoon with overnight lows of 11°C (51.8°F).
- During summer average high temperatures are 22.7°C (72.8°F) and average low temperatures are 15.3°C (59.6°F).
- Come autumn/ fall temperatures decrease achieving average highs of 19.7°C (67.4°F) during the day and lows of 13°C (55.4°F) generally shortly after sunrise.
- Total annual Precipitation averages 1254.8 mm (49.4 inches) which is equivalent to 1254.8 Litres/m² (30.78 Gallons/ft²).
- On average there are 2093 hours of sunshine per year. Visit the sunshine and daylight section to check monthly details including how high in the sky the sun reaches each month.
- If you were to burrow down through the Earth from Auckland, Albert Park you would come out nearest to the climate station at Malaga, Spain where you would find a Mediterranean climate (Warm temperate thorn steppe biome).
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