How about that global warming treating you down south?
Unseasonable snow has joined the wild and wet weather chaos in many parts of New Zealand, particularly the South Island, with holidaymakers stranded and key services knocked out.
Several days of heavy rain compounded yesterday, with the West Coast and Fiordland bearing the brunt of the storm.
In central Otago this morning, an operation is underway to get people out of the Lindis Pass after a heavy snow fall.
Several cars had to be abandoned in the area and a police communications spokesman said the heavy snow fall meant it was slow going on State Highway 8.
Snow had fallen to relatively low levels in parts of South Canterbury with hills surrounding Timaru receiving a white coating.
I wonder when the warmists are going to apologise to us all?
Not soon enough.