Not by Fire but by Ice
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“The October mean temperature of 10.7C was 1.4C below average making it the coldest October since 1982, climate scientist Dr Jim Salinger has calculated.
“The heavy snow that trapped motorists and surprised Hawkes Bay farmers on October 4 and 5 was the latest spring snow of its kind to hit the North Island since 1951, he said.
“The topsy-turvy weather began in May, which was the coldest recorded in many parts of New Zealand, with temperatures more like the beginning of winter than the end of spring.
June was also colder than normal before temperatures returned closer to normal in July.
Then came August - the warmest New Zealand has seen since temperatures were first recorded 155 years ago.”
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“As for October. Due to the colder than
usual conditions, some local
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