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Weather Workshop: All Districts forecast for NZ

Issued by Weather Workshop on Tuesday, July 06, 1999 at 4.30am
Now the All Districts forecast from Weather Workshop:

The Situation: A front is moving onto the lower South Island and should spread north today. A weak ridge of high pressure covers the upper North Island.

NORTHLAND, AUCKLAND, WAIKATO, WAITOMO, TAUMARANUI and TAUPO: Mainly fine but cloud increasing towards evening and a few light showers possible about the west coast well after dark. West to southwest winds.

COROMANDEL PENINSULA and BAY of PLENTY/ROTORUA: Mainly fine with southwest breezes.

TARANAKI, TAIHAPE, WANGANUI and MANAWATU: Mainly fine but cloud increasing and a few showers possible from evening. West to northwest winds.

GISBORNE, HAWKES BAY and WAIRARAPA: Mainly fine but cloud and a few showers developing in Wairarapa after dark. West to northwest winds.

WELLINGTON: Mainly fine with northerly winds. Cloud increasing during the afternoon and a few showers possible after dark with a southerly change.

NELSON: Fine at first. Cloud increasing later with a few evening showers possible. Southwest winds.

BULLER, WESTLAND and FIORDLAND: Rain about Fiordland spreading north this morning then breaking to showers from the south later. Southwest winds.

MARLBOROUGH and CANTERBURY: Fine at first. Showers and a southwest change spread north from afternoon reaching Marlborough by evening.

OTAGO and SOUTHLAND: Showers and cool southwesterlies developing this morning. Becoming fine inland from afternoon but a few showers remain about the coast.

CHATHAM ISLANDS: A mix of cloud and fine breaks with a few showers likely. Southwest winds.

THE OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW: Mainly fine in the North Island but another front moves onto the lower South Island bringing rain to most places. At the Chathams a mix of cloud and fine breaks.

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