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Weather Workshop: All Districts forecast for NZ

All Districts forecast from Weather Workshop:

The Situation: A large slow-moving high over the mid Tasman Sea
extends a ridge over much of New Zealand. A weak frontal zone
over the South Island is moving northeast and should lie near
Cook Strait by midday. A more active front followed by much
colder air is expected to approach the far south of the country
late tonight.

And now the forecast to midnight tonight:

MANAWATU: Fine apart from cloudy periods. Some fog and mist likely
in many places this morning. West to southwest breezes.

cloudy periods. Cloud more extensive about Wairarapa and Wellington
this afternoon with a weak southerly change, winds elsewhere should
be light.

NELSON: Mainly fine with light winds for much of the day.

MARLBOROUGH: Fine at first. Cloud increasing but remaining dry.
Light winds
inland, southerlies for a time about the coast.

BULLER, WESTLAND and FIORDLAND: Mainly cloudy skies with west to
southwest winds. Drizzly rain about Fiordland may spread further
north during the day. Turning colder in the far south late tonight
with showers.

CANTERBURY: Cloudy with southwesterlies for a time but towards
evening winds turning northeast. A few light showers spreading
north near the coast this morning.

OTAGO and SOUTHLAND: A cloudy day with patchy rain and breezy
westerlies for much of the time. Colder southerlies strengthening
in the south late tonight with rain more widespread.

CHATHAM ISLANDS: Cloudy with showery southwesterlies.

THE OUTLOOK FOR TOMORROW: Becoming colder over the country as
the flow turns more southerly and a cold front rapidly travels
northeast. Showers in most places. At the Chatham’s further
showers with strengthening southwest winds.

(c) Copyright Weather Workshop Limited 1999

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