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WEATHER FORECAST

TO 5 P.M. TO-MORROW

An anti-cyclone is moving east off New Zealand and a trough of low pressure is crossing Otago from the west. Forecast: Moderate northerly winds turning temporarily t£ south-westerly with occasional rain soon developing, but improving from the west tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures cool to moderate. Further outlook: Fair to cloudy. LOCAL CONDITIONS • OBSERVATIONS AT 9 A.M. yesterday To-day General conditions Misty Fine Barometer ?n'i» Air temperature «;? $>■<: Humidity 99% ' s g> Velocity wind previous 24 hours ,2*s"'* Rainfall during previous 24 ftours Trace Rainfall to date this month 4 OOin Days with rain this month «» Temperature in shade yesterday: Maximum $Sb„ Minimum , • ,?on« Maximum temperature In sun li^-u Bright sunshine yesterday o h «? mMinimum temperature on grass JJ.O Foregoing observations taken at the Albert Parte Observatory by the Government Observer.

HIGH WATER Auckland To-day — ■ J2.05 p.m. Auckland Wednesday 12.30 a.m. 12.56 p.m. Onehunga Wednesday 4.07 a.m. 4.33 p.m. Manukau Hds.... Wednesday 3.07 a.m. 3.33 p.m. KaiparaHds Wednesday 4.02 a.m. 4.28 p.m.

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WEATHER FORECAST, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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WEATHER FORECAST Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 179, 31 July 1945

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