.— — I TO 5 P.M. TO-MORROW An intense anti-cyclone is stationary cast of the North Island, and a depression in the Central Tasman Sea is moving very slowly eastward. Forecast: North-easterly Avinds becoming; fresh or strong. AVeather dull and mild with intermittent rain; some improvement from west late tomorrow. Further outlook: Cooler with isolated showers. LOCAL CONDITIONS OBSERVATIONS AT 9 A.M. yesterday To-day General conditions Fine c '°. u ,? y Barometer 30.52 in ?0.03in Air temperature 58.8° sei" Humidity SB% 88% Wind N.E. N.N.E. (G. breeze) (G. breeze) Velocity wind previous 24 hours 144 miles Banfall during previous 24 hours O.Olin Rainfall to date this month 0.14 in Days with rain thio month 2 Temperature in shade yesterday: Maximum 61.6 Minimum 53.1 Maximum temperature in sun 110.0 Bright sunshine yesterday Bh. Om. Minimum temperature on grass 50.0° Foregoing observations taken at the Albert Park Observatory by the Government Observer. HIGH WATER Auckland To-day 2.16 a.m. 2.46 p.m. Auckland Saturday 3.12 a.m. 3.49 p.m. Ouehunga Saturday 6.49 a.m. 7.26 p.m. Manukau Hds....Saturday 5.49 a.m. 6.26 p.m. Kaipara Hds Saturday 6.44 a.m. 7.21 p.m.
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WEATHER FORECAST, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945
WEATHER FORECAST Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 182, 3 August 1945
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