TO 5 P.M. TO-MORROW An anti-cyclone south-east of the Chathams is moving away, and a shallow depression in the North Tasman is moving slowly eastward and filling. Forecast: Moderate northerly to northwesterly winds predominating. Weather cloudy and humid with scattered rain or drizzle, but improving during to-morrow. Temperatures moderate. Further outlook: Isolated showers and cooler. LOCAL CONDITIONS OBSERVATIONS AT 9 A.M. Yesterday To-aay General conditions Cloudy Fine Barometer 29-32 in 29.96 in Air temperature 54.3 54^0 Humidity .'■• loop 95% Wind N.N.E. Calm w (L. breeze) Velocity wind previous 24 hours I 2 Rainfall during previous 24 hours ?-2S n Rainfall to date this month 3.031n Days with rain this month 14 Temperature In shade yesterday: Maximum |»-T Minimum ~i« Maximum temperature, in sun 103.0° Bright sunshine yesterday Vi'A 2 " 1 Minimum temperature on grass 42.3 Foregoing observations taken at the Albert Pal Observatory by the Government Observer. HIGH WATER Auckland To-day 8.21 a.m. 7.09 p.i Auckland Wednesday 7.20 a.m. 7.59 p.) Onehunga Wednesday 10.57 a.m. 11.3.8 p. Manukau Hds... .Wednesday 9.57 a.m. 10.36 p. Kaipara Hds Wednesday 10.52 a.m. 11.31 p.
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WEATHER FORECAST, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945
WEATHER FORECAST Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945
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