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National Short Range Summary
For the North Island
Mostly fine and warm. Areas of cloud in the west, especially morning and night.
Nelson, Marlborough and Canterbury
Fine and hot. High cloud increasing tomorrow.
Otago and Southland
Fine and warm with high cloud, then a period of rain spreading north tomorrow afternoon and evening.
Mainly fine. Drizzle about the coast tomorrow evening.
Cloudy south of the Glaciers, but fine spells elsewhere. Patchy drizzle this evening and tomorrow morning. Rain developing in the south tomorrow afternoon with heavy falls, spreading northwards from evening onwards.
Patchy drizzle, turning to heavy rain for a time tomorrow.
Mainly fine. Low cloud developing tomorrow.
National Long Range Forecast to 30 January
North Island: Scattered rain in the west, south of Waikato, and later in Hawke's Bay and Wairarapa. Severe gale northwesterly possible in Wellington and Wairarapa in the morning. South Island: Rain or showers for most, though isolated about Nelson and Marlborough. Severe gale southwesterly about the coast of Otago and southwards.
North Island: Isolated showers in the regions south of Taranaki and in the east, later for Bay of Plenty and Coromandel Peninsula. Fine elsewhere. South Island: Partly cloudy. A few showers in the south and east. Isolated showers in Nelson and Marlborough. A cool day for most.
North Island: A few showers about and north of Auckland and in the east. Fine elsewhere. South Island: Morning and evening cloud, fine otherwise.
Showers developing as strong northwesterlies change strong southwest on Thursday. Showers clearing and southwesterlies easing Saturday morning.
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