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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Sunday, July 11, 1999 at 6.00pm next issue at 11.45pm
Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow:

For Northland: Mainly fine apart from a few cloudy periods tomorrow.

In the north and west from Auckland to Manawatu: Cloudy at times with a few light showers becoming more frequent tomorrow.

For the remainder of the North Island, also for Nelson: Fine tonight. Mainly fine tomorrow but cloud increasing about Wellington and the western ranges of Nelson.

Canterbury and Marlborough: Cloudy at times with some drizzly rain south of Banks Peninsula. Tomorrow, rain spreading as far north as the Kaikoura coast.

Buller and Westland: Cloudy for the remainder of today. Drizzle patches from Hokitika south. Tomorrow, drizzly rain to most places.

Fiordland, Otago and Southland: Rain about Fiordland spreading elsewhere tonight then easing to showers tomorrow afternoon.

Chatham Island: A few showers turning to rain tonight. Becoming mainly fine tomorrow.

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