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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Sunday, 20 June 1999 at 5.00am next issue at 10:30am

Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tonight.

In the north and west from Northland to Taranaki also for the
central plateau: High cloud increasing with scattered rain
developing over Northland from this evening.

For Bay of Plenty and in the east from Gisborne to Wairarapa:
Fine weather.

From Wanganui to Wellington, also for Nelson: Cloud
increasing with one or two showers developing about Wellington
towards evening.

For Marlborough and Canterbury: Fine and frosty at first apart
from morning fog patches. A change spreading north during the
day to southwesterly winds with a few brief showers.

For the South Island West Coast: Rain about Fiordland working
further north during the day then gradually becoming fine from
the south later.

For Otago and Southland: Cloudy with scattered morning rain
easing to a few coastal showers this afternoon and becoming
fine and frosty tonight.

For the Chatham Islands: Showers, becoming less frequent with
fine periods increasing.

END

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