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    It's the coldest morning of the year for many parts of the country

    It's the coldest morning of the year for many parts of the country


    The mercury has dropped down to three degrees in central Auckland, and it's down to minus one at Ardmore Airport.

    Hamilton is also minus one -- Christchurch minus two -- and Timaru and Queenstown are on minus three.

    Wellington is much warmer -- on six degrees.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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