TO 5 P.M. TOMORROW An extensive anti-cyclone centred on New South Wales is moving north-eastward. Forecast: Light to moderate south-easterly winds predominating. Weather fair to fine and cool with sharp frosts to-night. Further outlook: Similar conditions. LOCAL CONDITIONS OBSERVATIONS AT 9 A.M. Yesterday To-day General conditions Fair. Tamin Barometer ??•?!'" !?'?? Air temperature «•*' «£° Humidity |6C* »»% Wind . S.W. S.e.TV, Wmd (L.breeze) (G. breere) Velocity wind previous 24 hours ...... «">"«» Rainfall during previous 24 hours.... 0.35 m | Rainfall to date this month. 3.83 in Days with rain this month '.. " Temperature in shade yesterday: Maximum !»-6 Minimum ,2~"So Maximum temperature In sun 102.0 Bright sunshine yesterday tt-Jj*" - Minimum temperature on grass 33.0 Foregoing observations taken at the Albert Park Observatory by the Government Observer. HIGH WATER Auckland To-day 8.56 a.m. 9.27 p.m. Auckland Saturday 9.31 a.m. 10.11 p.m. Onehunga Saturday 1.04 a.m. 1.08 p.m. Manukau Hds....Saturday 12.04 a.m. 12.08 p.m. KaiparaHds Saturday 12.59 a.m. 1.03 p.m.
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WEATHER FORECAST, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945
WEATHER FORECAST Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945
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