The forecast in the centre column is produced by a Norwegian company using data gathered from the Pannar weather station. It is accordingly very specific to Greytown. The forecast is fed to this site automatically every few hours and gives four time forecasts per day at 5 a.m., 11 a.m, 5 p.m. and 11 p.m. or at 2, 8, 2 and 8 every day for the next 7 days.
As can be expected, the forecast is most accurate for the immediate future and becomes less accurate for the ensuing days.Greytown's weather is generally mild. Summer is the rainy season and daytime temperatures are generally between 25 and 35c sometimes going to the upper 30's often with severe afternoon electrical storms.
Winters are cold in the mornings warming up during the day for some magnificent midlands winter days. Frost can be severe during cold snaps in the low-lying areas.
Greytown has light snow in the surrounding hills every 2 or 3 years. In the last 15 years there have been 2 heavier falls with snow in town and considerable damage to the timber plantations in the high-lying areas.
Greytown's weather can be notoriously fickle with locals claiming that Greytown can experience all 4 seasons in a day - twice!
One of the better, easier and informative sites is the
There are many other weather sites on the internet and some with specific targets.
Sea conditions are of interest to anyone going to the coast for a holiday, fishing, deep-sea angling, surfing and yachting go to
These clever fellows collect data from sensors placed on buoys all over the ocean. By looking at the wave direction, wave height, wind direction and wind speed on any particular buoy, they are able to predict very accurately what the conditions will be like at the next buoy in an hour or two's time.
Other general sites each with their own specialities for you to browse and find your personal favourite include