Weather Averages for Auckland in May
Averages for Auckland in May
As autumn starts to reach its conclusion, the amount of sunshine hours does increase, but the average temperature starts to drop rapidly. An average high temperature in May of 17 degrees Celsius is considerably lower than the 20 degrees Celsius, 68 degrees Fahrenheit in April. The average rainfall increases in the month from 40mm to 50mm, spread across 17 days in the month – more than 50 per cent. The average humidity in Auckland climbs up to 85 per cent during May, which is the joint highest in the calendar year.
One of the smaller accommodation venues is Mollies, but that doesn’t mean to say that this is a bad thing. It might only hold 13 rooms, but is highly recommended for romantic couples who want to get away from it all to Auckland. This venue offers a breakfast service that is second to none, not to mention some interesting and creative artist work.
In comparison to some other months in 2013, May’s entertainment is quieter despite a range of classes that actually take place throughout the year. One of the main highlights is the Auckland Writers & Readers Festival at the Aotea Centre. The festival will welcome over 100 international and local writers in a variation of lectures and group discussions, and is an event not to be missed by literature lovers and fiction book anoraks.