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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Issued Friday, 16 July 1999 at 5.30pm next issue 11.45pm

Short Forecast from Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow.

For Northland, Auckland and Coromandel Peninsula: Rain or showers for the remainder of today with a few further showers tomorrow.

For Bay of Plenty: Widespread rain with a few heavy falls easing to a few showers tonight. One or two showers persisting tomorrow.

From Waikato south to the central plateau, also for Gisborne and northern Hawkes Bay: Rain at times with a few heavy falls about the Gisborne ranges tonight. Rain clearing from most areas tomorrow.

For remaining North Island areas: Cloudy with outbreaks of rain. Tomorrow, rain clearing.

In Buller and Nelson: Cloudy with patchy rain at times.

For Westland and Fiordland: High cloud but remaining dry.

In Marlborough and Canterbury: Cloudy with coastal drizzle turning to scattered rain from tonight.

For Otago and Southland: Areas of high cloud but remaining dry apart for a few overnight drizzle patches about the coast.

For Chatham Islands: Mostly fine but becoming cloudy overnight with rain developing tomorrow.

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