Weather in a minute with Rosalie

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In today's weather, we should be seeing early rain, then becoming fine during the morning. Cloud will be returning in the evening, with increasing westerlies.
It's a three-clothing layer day today with a high of 19 and an overnight low of 12 degrees.
Low tide is at 2.50pm and high tide is at 9pm. Sea temperature is 16 degrees. There's an average sea swell of about .3m and sunset tonight is at 7.34pm.
If you're going fishing today the best fish bite time is between 6 and 9pm.
This day in NZ history, in 1964 Peter Snell won a second gold medal in Tokyo. He remains the only man since 1920 to have won the 800m and the 1500m at the same Olympic Games.
In 2008 on this day stolen medals were returned to the National Army Museum. The 96 medals, including nine Victoria Crosses, two George Crosses and an Albert Medal, had been stolen from the Waiouru museum early on the morning of 2 December 2007.
In world history on this day, in 1879, after 14 months of testing,Thomas Edison first demonstrated his electric lamp, hoping to one day compete with gaslight. In 1961 Bob Dylan recorded his first album in a single day at a cost of $400. In 1994 North Korea and the US signed an agreement requiring North Korea to halt its nuclear weapons program and agree to international inspections.
Our quote for today is from Roy T. Bennett who said “Be with someone who inspires you and makes you be the best version of yourself.”
There are a lot of activities on over Labour Weekend, so take a look at our What's On page to find one that suits you.
 
Have a great day!


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The moon peeping through the clouds at Pillans Point. Photo: Mike Berry.

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