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The SH 5 Motorway in New Zealand is a two-lane motorway that runs for approximately 262 kilometres from the city of Napier to Taupo. The road is generally in good condition and has a posted speed limit of 100 km/h. The SH 5 motorway is made up of both asphalt and concrete surfaces, with most of the motorway being constructed from asphalt. The road is well-maintained, with regular maintenance and repair work taking place to ensure a safe and smooth journey for motorists. There are also a number of rest stops and scenic views along the way. The SH 5 Motorway has a maximum grade of 4.5%, which makes it suitable for most vehicles. The road is also designed to be safe and suitable for all weather conditions.
The SH 5 Motorway experiences varied weather conditions throughout the year. During the summer months (December-February) temperatures average around 20-25°C and rainfall is generally low, with an average of 10-50mm per month. Winters (June-August) are much colder, with temperatures typically ranging from 5-12°C and an average monthly rainfall of 50-150mm.
Spring (September-November) and autumn (March-May) are milder, with temperatures ranging from 10-18°C and an average monthly rainfall of 20-80mm.
The SH 5 Motorway is also subject to strong winds throughout the year, with average wind speeds of 30-50km/h.
This map shows the current & 7-day weather forecast, road conditions, and weather radar for SH 5 Motorway.