Second hottest February on record sparks fresh concerns over climate change

Southland Times: A scorching end to the summer has lead to New Zealand's second warmest February on record, preliminary data from Niwa shows. The country's mean temperature for the month was 19.6 degrees Celsius, second only to 1998, said Niwa forecaster Chris Brandolino. For Wellington it was the warmest February on record, also with a mean temperature of 19.6C, which is 2.4C above average for the capital. But while the weather was great for those enjoying our pools and beaches, it was concerning to climate......

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