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Weather Workshop: Short forecast for NZ

Short Forecast issued by Weather Workshop valid to midnight tomorrow:

The north and west of the North Island from Northland to Manawatu, also for the central plateau: Remaining areas of cloud clearing overnight and becoming fine everywhere.

Bay of Plenty: Showers clearing from the eastern ranges overnight elsewhere fine breaks. Tomorrow fine.

Gisborne to Wairarapa, also for Wellington: Rain easing to showers early tomorrow north of Mahia, elsewhere cloudy periods.

Nelson and the South Island west coast: Fine weather.

Marlborough and Canterbury: Remaining coastal cloud clearing otherwise fine.

Otago and Southland: Coastal cloud persisting. Fine inland.

Chatham Islands: Rain easing to showers early tomorrow.

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