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Weather Workshop: Brief urban forecasts for NZ

Issued by Weather Workshop on Thursday, 17 June 1999 at 5.00am

Now the weather around the country today:

WHANGAREI, AUCKLAND and HAMILTON: showers easing, 15
TAURANGA and ROTORUA: showers clearing, 15
TAUPO: showers easing, 12
NEW PLYMOUTH: showers easing, 14
WANGANUI and PALMERSTON NORTH: showers clearing, 14
WELLINGTON: showers clearing, 13
NAPIER, HASTINGS: showers developing, 15
MASTERTON: showers clearing, 12
NELSON, becoming fine, 15
BLENHEIM: a few showers clearing, 14
CHRISTCHURCH and TIMARU: morning showers clearing, 11 to 12
GREYMOUTH: mostly fine, 14
QUEENSTOWN: becoming fine, 9
DUNEDIN: becoming mostly fine, 11
INVERCARGILL: s few showers, 10

END

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