Big heat in the northern hemi and rare snow levels in NZ
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07/24/2011 06:08 AM
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Auckland is going to get snow on the hills - that is rare.
''This isn't the snow storm of the century...but what makes this system different from previous cold blasts is the low snow level, which is sea level across much of southern and eastern South Island and to very low levels right across the lower North Island. This is a national event,'' he said.
Snow flurries expected around Auckland tomorrow, and snow could fall on the Hunua Ranges, south of Auckland and on the peaks of the Waitakere Ranges. Any snow which fell on the Waitakeres was expected to quickly melt.
''Our focus is mostly on the rareness of snow falling to such low levels rather than predicting heavy snow for the main centres,'' Mr Duncan said.
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