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Welcome snow falls on New Zealand resorts

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
25cm of fresh snow has fallen at Mt Hutt, 15cm at the top of Coronet Peak and 10cm at the peak of The Remarkables, as wintry storm fronts cross New Zealand’s South Island ski areas. The snow has fallen to lake level in Queenstown, just in time for the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival, which opens on Friday. ...The storm that hit the ski areas over night and this morning is one of a series expected to bring snow and icy temperatures for the South for the rest of the week.

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