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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Friday, 23 July 1999 at 10.30pm next update 11.45pm

Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow. Northland to Taranaki, also for the central plateau, Bay of Plenty and Gisborne: Rain or showers until early tomorrow then becoming fine in most places. A few showers may linger about Northland.

Wanganui to Wellington, also Hawkes Bay and Wairarapa: Cloudy skies. A few drizzly showers about Wellington and the east coast overnight. Skies clearing tomorrow.

Nelson and Marlborough: Mainly fine. A few showers to coastal Marlborough thru' to early tomorrow.

South Island west coast: Drizzle developing about Fiordland, elsewhere a mix of cloudy and fine weather.

Canterbury, Otago and Southland: Low cloud and drizzle about the east coast otherwise fine.

Chatham Islands: Showers.

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