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Great Night for the Second Test

Great Night for the Second Test

Thursday, 30 June 2005,

A Great Night for the Second Test.

MetService meteorologists say that the weather is looking fine for the second test between the All Blacks and the Lions at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday evening.

"The weather will be completely different from the frigid First Test," said MetService Weather Ambassador, Bob McDavitt. "Thanks to a passing anticyclone, there will be a frosty start to a sunny dry day. In the evening we expect an increasing northerly breeze and no more than a scattering of cloud. Dress for temperatures to be about nine degrees."

The weather also looks OK for people travelling to the Capital this weekend for the big game. Roads leading to Wellington should have clear weather conditions, but may well be frosty on both Friday and Saturday mornings.

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