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National Short Range Summary
WARNINGS AND WATCHES IN FORCE FOR CENTRAL AND SOUTHERN NEW ZEALAND.
Northland, Auckland, Coromandel Peninsula and Bay of Plenty
Rain, with heavy falls and possible thunderstorms spreading eastwards today. Northwest gales in exposed places. Easing to showers west of Tauranga overnight.
Waikato to Wellington, including the central high country
Rain with heavy falls and possible thunderstorms, easing to few showers this evening. Northwest gales, easing this afternoon.
Gisborne to Wairarapa
Scattered rain developing this afternoon, becoming widespread and heavy in Gisborne tomorrow. Northwest gales, easing this evening.
Marlborough, Nelson and Buller
Rain, with heavy falls, easing to showers in Buller and clearing elsewhere this afternoon. Northwest gales easing. Inland showers, and possible thunderstorms, tomorrow afternoon.
Westland and Fiordland
Canterbury to Southland
Fine spells, scattered afternoon or evening showers, possibly heavy about eastern Otago today.
Drizzle, turning to rain tomorrow.
National Long Range Forecast to 29 September
North Island, showers in the east clearing, becoming mainly fine. South Island, becoming fine in the east during the morning. A few showers developing in the west, turning to rain later with heavy falls possible in the south.
North Island, a few showers in the north turning to rain for a time. Showery for Horowhenua to Wellington. High cloud elsewhere, with a few late spots of rain. South Island, rain or showers in the west and south, and also about Nelson. Elsewhere mainly fine with variable high cloud, however a few showers spreading northwards from afternoon.
North Island, showers for most gradually clearing. South Island, fine spells and a few showers.
Rain clearing early Thursday but remaining cloudy. Another period of rain late Thursday and early Friday. Rain at times on Saturday.Strong northerlies developing Thursday, easing Friday and dying out on Saturday. Southerlies developing later Saturday.
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