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Weather Workshop: Short Forecast

Issued Thursday, July 01, 1999 at 10.00am next issue at 3.00pm

Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow.

For the North Island: Fine today apart from cloudy periods in the north and west. Tomorrow, cloud increasing in the west from Taranaki to Wellington with a few showers developing from afternoon. Mainly fine elsewhere.

Nelson and Marlborough: Cloudy today about the western ranges of Nelson otherwise fine. Tomorrow, high cloud increasing with rain about the ranges west of Nelson and falls spreading further east after dark.

West of the South Island: Rain in Fiordland with heavy falls from tonight. Elsewhere patchy rain working north. Tomorrow, periods of rain.

Canterbury, Otago and Southland: High cloud increasing. Rain developing in the western ranges. A few falls spreading further east about Southland and Otago later. Gale northwesterlies about Stewart Island, winds becoming strong and gusty in many other places from afternoon. Tomorrow, patchy rain spreading north into Canterbury with gale northwesterlies continuing. Showers and a cool
southwest change reach Southland after dark.

Chatham Islands: Mainly fine today. Cloudy at times tomorrow with northwesterlies strengthening.


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