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Weather Workshop: Urban centre forecast for NZ

Issued by Weather Workshop on Friday, July 09, 1999 at 4.30am

Now the weather around the country today:

WHANGAREI, AUCKLAND and HAMILTON: showers clearing, 13
TAURANGA: showers clearing, 14
ROTORUA and TAUPO: becoming fine, 12
NEW PLYMOUTH, WANGANUI and PALMERSTON NORTH: becoming fine, 13
WELLINGTON and MASTERTON: becoming fine, 12
GISBORNE: showers, 13
NAPIER and HASTINGS: few showers, 12
NELSON and GREYMOUTH: fine, 12
BLENHEIM, CHRISTCHURCH and TIMARU: mainly fine, 11
QUEENSTOWN: fine, 9
DUNEDIN: mainly fine, 10
INVERCARGILL: few light showers, 9

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