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Weather Workshop: Short Forecast

Issued Tuesday, July 13, 1999 at 2.00pm next issue 5.30pm

Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow

In the north and west of the North Island from Northland to Manawatu, also for the central plateau: A mix of cloud and fine periods. A few showers today.

Bay of Plenty to Taupo: Mainly fine.

Gisborne to Wairarapa, also for Wellington: Cloud and a few brief showers thru until early tomorrow then fine.

South Island west coast and Nelson: Fine apart from cloud to the fiords.

Marlborough to Otago, also for Southland: Fine inland. Light showers about the south coast from time to with a few spreading further north briefly tomorrow.

Chatham Islands: Mainly cloudy, a few showers.

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