Because New Zealand is in the southern part of the Earth, then the season, in contrast to the Earth in the North. January and February is the warmest months, and July is the coldest month of the year. In summer, the average maximum temperature ranges between 20-30 ° C (70-90 ° F) and in winter between 10-15 ° C (50-60 ° F).
Most places in New Zealand is bathed in 2,000 hours of sunshine a year, with the areas most heavily watered Sun-Bay of Plenty, Hawke’s Bay and Nelson/Marlborough-received more than 2,350 hours. Because New Zealand apply daylight saving, during summer months daylight can last up until 21.30. Air pollution in New Zealand is relatively low compared to many other countries, which makes the UV rays in our sunlight very strong.
The sunlight here can quickly make the skin burn during the months of September to April, especially between the hours of 10.00 to 16.00, even on a cloudy day.
You must use three simple steps when you go to the outdoors:
- As far as possible remain in protected places.
- Wear a shirt, hat, and sunglasses.
- Use Sunscreen SPF 30 +. Wear back every two hours.
Rainfall average New Zealand high and spread evenly throughout the year. On top of the northern and central regions of New Zealand it rained more often in the winter than the summer, while for most of the northern portion of New Zealand, winter is the season of least precipitation. In addition to the original forest area produces a dazzling, high rainfall makes New Zealand a place ideal for farming and horticulture.
Snow usually occurs during the months of June to October, although sometimes outside these months the weather is still cold. Heavy snow also fell in inland Canterbury and Otago. When the season of snow, ideal if we want to take a vacation to New Zealand. You can also surfing there, may also visit tourism there.