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March Climate Summary

Published: Tue 4 Apr 2023 12:16 PM
Highlights:
- Dry and cool for upper North Island, wet for South Island
- Lower than normal mean sea level pressure meant numerous low pressure systems tracking in from the Tasman Sea
- ENSO neutral conditions developed
- A late month unseasonable cold snap delivered snow to low elevations, and saw numerous locations set record or near-record low daily maximum and daily minimum temperatures
https://img.scoop.co.nz/media/pdfs/2304/Climate_Summary_March_2023_Final.pdf

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