Winter lacking its chill down in New Zealand
Winter was lacking its usual Antarctic chill this year in New Zealand. Scientists say it was the warmest since record-keeping began more than a century ago. The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research said today the average nationwide temperature during winter was 9.5C (49.1F). That is about 1.2C above average and 0.3C above the previous record set in 1984. Record-keeping began in 1909. Climate scientist Brett Mullan says this winter had a pattern of warmer winds from the north but fewer southerly winds.
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