Best time to go to Hastings Average weather of Hastings, New Zealand

Discover the best time to visit Hastings in New Zealand from average weather conditions, right here.

When is the best time to go to Hastings?

When is the best time to go to Hastings? Here's some information to help you in your decision:

  • The best months for good weather in Hastings are January, February, March, April, May, October, November and December
  • On average, the warmest months are January, February, March and December
  • July is the coldest month of the year
  • The rainiest months are June, July, August and September

For full information about the climate and weather in Hastings a specific month, click on the corresponding line below:

Month
January 20°C/25°C
28%
February 19°C/24°C
33%
March 17°C/23°C
33%
April 15°C/20°C
30%
May 12°C/18°C
31%
June 10°C/15°C
38%
July 9°C/15°C
34%
August 10°C/15°C
42%
September 12°C/16°C
38%
October 14°C/19°C
33%
November 16°C/21°C
31%
December 18°C/23°C
34%

Weather and climate in Hastings

  • From january to may the climate is good. The temperature rises to 18°C and, in may, 10 days of rain are expected.
  • From june to september the climate is not good, but still OK. The temperature rises to 16°C.
  • Between the months of october and december the climate is favorable. In average, on the morning it is 14°C and it rains about 55mm each month.


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Chart: temperature and rainfall in Hastings

The chart below allows you to look at the following seasonal norms for the city of Hastings: minimum and maximum temperatures, and the monthly volume of precipitation for each month of the year.


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