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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Short Forecast issued by Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow:

In the north and west of the North Island from Northland to Manawatu also for Bay of Plenty and the central plateau: A few cloudy periods along the west coast from Northland to Manawatu otherwise fine.

In the east from Gisborne to Wairarapa: Mainly fine today. Cloud and a few brief coastal showers spread north overnight then clearing tomorrow morning.

For Wellington: Mainly fine. Cloud increasing with a few showers overnight then becoming fine again tomorrow.

For Nelson, Buller and Westland: Mostly fine weather. A few cloudy periods south of the glaciers tomorrow with late showers there.

Fiordland: Showers turning to rain tomorrow.

In the east from Marlborough to Canterbury: Cloud and a few brief coastal showers clearing tomorrow morning then fine.

Otago and Southland: Showers about the coast with mostly cloudy skies inland. Tomorrow, cloudy with a few showers about the south coast becoming more widespread after dark.

Chatham Islands: Cloud and fine breaks with southwest winds. A few showers developing tomorrow.

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