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Topic # 120996 20-Jun-2013 16:29
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Is anyone else as shocked as the news media to find cold weather happening in the depths of winter?

How is the "Polar Blast" affecting your hometown? Here in Hamilton its cold and wet. I doubt we'll see snow...

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  Reply # 840411 20-Jun-2013 16:41
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At least it hasn't been called a weather bomb yet.

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  Reply # 840413 20-Jun-2013 16:45
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Freaking cold here when the wind blows (Albany, Auckland) - spent 15mins outside and was frozen.

Sitting back inside now at a nice 22C

Wife said they had major hail short time ago (Whangaparaoa) and its freezing cold and the fire isnt making a difference.




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  Reply # 840423 20-Jun-2013 16:58
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Chilly here in Whakatane. We had some light rain earlier but it wasn't too bad. Still, it's winter, so it's not like it's completely unexpected!

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  Reply # 840425 20-Jun-2013 16:59
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It's also quite cold here in Christchurch.

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  Reply # 840427 20-Jun-2013 17:06
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Wheres global warming when you need it Cool

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  Reply # 840437 20-Jun-2013 17:15
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The heatwave over the extended summer seems such distant memory...




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  Reply # 840438 20-Jun-2013 17:15
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We barely made it to 11 degrees today which is damn cold for the Far North.  But I have a big stack of dry Ti Tree firewood cut during the summer, so it's all good Laughing





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  Reply # 840447 20-Jun-2013 17:25
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Some minor hail and a cold (for Auckland) wind today. Interspersed with sunny spells.

Friend in Oxford has thick and fast snow and is freezing.....

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  Reply # 840449 20-Jun-2013 17:26
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Four degrees in Dunedin with rain. Typical winter's day. I thought it was going to be the end of the world after the opening story on One news last night.

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  Reply # 840466 20-Jun-2013 17:35
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freitasm: Wussies.


Aussies? Did your finger slip in the keyboard?





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  Reply # 840478 20-Jun-2013 17:53
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Had to work from home today. Car was snowed in. Location: Otahuhu, Auckland.




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  Reply # 840489 20-Jun-2013 18:14
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Nice and warm down here in Brighton, still waiting for winter to arrive..




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  Reply # 840491 20-Jun-2013 18:18
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Still waiting in Rotorua, havent switched any heating on yet, bit disappointed love a good storm




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