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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Friday, 18 June 1999 at 5.00am next issue at 10.30am

Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tonight.

In the west from Northland to Taranaki: A mix of cloud and fine
periods with odd shower becoming widespread for a time this
afternoon or evening.

For Coromandel Peninsula and Bay of Plenty: Mainly fine
but a few showers spreading from the west this afternoon or
evening.

In the west from Wanganui to Manawatu also the Central Plateau:
Mainly fine but a few cloudy periods at times and one or
two showers developing from this afternoon.

For Gisborne and Hawkes Bay: Mostly fine weather with a few
cloudy periods.

For Wellington and Wairarapa: A mix of cloud and fine periods
with a few showers developing this evening.

In Nelson: Fine weather.

For the South Island West Coast: Cloudy at times with a few
morning showers but clearing from the south this afternoon
and becoming mostly fine.

From Marlborough to Canterbury: Fine for much of the day with
a few morning fog patches. A change spreading north this
afternoon and evening to southwesterly winds with a few
showers.

For Otago and Southland: Showers becoming widespread for a time
this morning then retreating to the coast this afternoon
with the weather becoming fine inland.

For the Chatham Islands: Showery with strong cold
southwesterly winds.

END

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