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Weather Workshop: Urban centre forecast for NZ

Issued by Weather Workshop on Tuesday, September 07, 1999 at 4.10am
Now the weather around the country today:

WHANGAREI: showers, 18
AUCKLAND, HAMILTON: showers then rain, 17
TAURANGA: few showers, 18
ROTORUA and TAUPO: showers, 15
GISBORNE, NAPIER and HASTINGS: high cloud, 20
MASTERTON: patchy rain developing 18
WELLINGTON: windy, rain, 16
NELSON: rain, 15
BLENHEIM: patchy rain, 17
GREYMOUTH: rain then showers, 14
CHRISTCHURCH and TIMARU: rain developing, 16-17
QUEENSTOWN: few snow showers 8
DUNEDIN and INVERCARGILL: drizzly rain 9

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