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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Sunday, 18 July 1999 at 9.30am next update 3.00pm
Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow.

From Northland to Bay of Plenty, also down to Taranaki and the central plateau: Showers and fine spells.

Gisborne and Hawkes Bay: Showers about the main ranges spreading east at times today. High cloud tomorrow with showers about the ranges but dry further east.

Wanganui to Wellington, also for Wairarapa: Rain or showers clearing from most places this afternoon. A mix of cloud and fine breaks tomorrow with a few showers becoming more persistent towards evening.

Buller to central Westland, also for Nelson and Marlborough: Patchy rain.

Southern parts of Westland, Fiordland: Dry and cloudy today. Rain developing later tomorrow.

Canterbury and Otago, also for Southland: Further rain at times. More persistent and heavier falls about central and south Canterbury working into north Otago today. Tomorrow, cloudy with patchy rain.

Chatham Islands: Outbreaks of rain.

END

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