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National Short Range Summary
Northland, Auckland, Waikato, Coromandel and Bay of Plenty
Isolated showers, with cloud increasing tomorrow.
Waitomo to Manawatu, including the central high country
Mostly cloudy, with patchy drizzle. Rain developing tomorrow evening.
Gisborne and Hawkes Bay
Fine with high cloud.
Horowhenua to Wellington, including Wairarapa
Patchy drizzle, mainly near the ranges, turning to rain tonight. Northwesterlies, severe gale in exposed parts of Wellington and Wairarapa.
Rain in west, spreading elsewhere at times.
Marlborough and Canterbury
High cloud, but periods of rain about the High Country and Marlborough Sounds, with thunderstorms about the High Country today. Severe northwest gales in exposed places.
Buller, Westland and Fiordland
Rain with heavy falls, and isolated thunderstorms today. Rain clearing in Buller and northern Westland for a time tomorrow.
Otago and Southland
Occasional rain, mainly in Southland and Clutha, with thunderstorms possible in eastern Otago this afternoon and evening.
National Long Range Forecast to 19 November
North Island, rain or showers, but mainly fine with only a few spots rain in Hawkes Bay and Gisborne. Rain clearing from the west later. South Island, rain in the west and north, possibly heavy at first, easing to fine spells and isolated showers north of the Glaciers.Rain or showers spreading northwards in the east,clearing later.
North Island, mainly fine, however a few showers about Northland, and late showers about Horowhenua and Kapiti. South Island, rain, with heavy falls in the west, but mainly dry for Nelson, Marlborough, Christchurch and Canterbury Plains.
North Island, rain or showers spreading northeastwards with a southwest change. South Island, showers, becoming isolated in the west, including Nelson and Central Otago regions.
Mostly cloudy, rain developing early Monday, clearing late Monday but remaining partly cloudy. Rain developing again on Wednesday. Northwesterlies changing southwest late Monday, then turning northerly on Tuesday.
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