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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Tuesday, July 13, 1999 at 5.00am next issue at 10.30am

Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tonight

In the north and west from Northland to Manawatu, also for the central plateau: Cloudy periods, a few showers becoming more frequent south of New Plymouth.

Bay of Plenty to Taupo and from Gisborne to Wairarapa: Mainly fine but showers spread up the east coast later.

Wellington: Cloudy periods with a few showers developing later.

South Island west coast: Mainly fine south of the glaciers. Showers further north clearing later.

Nelson and Marlborough: Mainly fine apart from showers about the Kaikoura coast.

Canterbury: A few coastal showers clearing this morning, elsewhere cloud clearing and becoming mainly fine.

Otago and Southland: A few showers persisting in the far south, elsewhere becoming fine this morning.

Chatham Islands: A few showers.

END

(c) Copyright Weather Workshop Limited 1999

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