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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Sunday, September 05, 1999 3.00pm next update 5.00pm

Short Forecast issued by Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow:

Northland: Cloudy for the remainder of today with light showers possible.

The north and west of the North Island from Auckland to Manawatu, also for the Central Plateau: Mainly fine today but cloudy periods from Wanganui southwards. Tomorrow cloudy with drizzly showers developing from Taranaki to Manawatu.

Bay of Plenty, Gisborne to Wairarapa: Mainly fine for the remainder of today but increasing cloud in Bay of Plenty tomorrow.

Wellington: Mainly fine this evening but during tomorrow showers becoming widespread.

Nelson and Marlborough: Drizzle about Nelsons western ranges but fine elsewhere.

South Island west coast: Cloudy for the remainder of today with patchy light rain south of the glaciers. Tomorrow rain more persistent with heavy falls south of the glaciers.

Canterbury: Fine for the remainder of today. Mild again tomorrow with high cloud but rain about the Alps.


Otago and Southland: Fine for the remainder of today. Northwesterly gales in exposed areas tomorrow with rain becoming widespread.

Chatham Islands: Mainly fine for the remainder of today ,cloudy tomorrow.

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