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Weather Workshop: Updated Short Forecast

Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Forecast Weather Workshop 23/06/99 15:16:00

Issued Wednesday, 23 June 1999 at 3.00pm next issue at 6.00pm

Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow.

For all the North Island also Nelson: A few cloudy periods from eastern

Northland to Coromandel Peninsula, also about Gisborne otherwise fine.

For Marlborough and Canterbury: Fine and clear. Some coastal cloud

developing tonight with the odd light shower possible about Banks

Peninsula. Fine and frosty tomorrow.

West of the South Island: Fine apart from cloudy periods.

In Otago and Southland: Showers retreating to the coast and becoming

fine inland. Tomorrow coastal cloud in the south, elsewhere fine and

frosty.

Chatham Islands: Showery

(c) Copyright Weather Workshop Limited 1999

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