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NIWA temperature records for June 20-22

NIWA temperature records for June 20-22 (including Winter Solstice)

Monday 20 June

Whanganui, max temp record of 18.7°C (besting 17.8°C)

Tuesday 21 June

Kaitaia, mildest 21 June overnight (temp didn’t drop below 14°C at night)
Auckland, mildest overnight (temp didn’t drop below 13.5°C)
Tauranga, mildest overnight (temp didn’t drop below 13.5°C)
New Plymouth, mildest overnight (temp didn’t drop below 12.2°C)
Taupo, mildest overnight (temp didn’t drop below 9.9°C)
Kaikoura, max temp record of 18.2 (besting 18.0°C)
Christchurch, mildest overnight (temp didn’t drop below 8.8°C) [10th mildest June night on record]

Wednesday 22 June

Auckland, mildest overnight (temp didn’t drop below 13.2°C)
Hamilton, max temp record of 18.1°C (besting 17.1°C)
Gisborne, max temp record of 19.8°C (besting 19.4°C)
Whanganui, max temp record of 19.1°C (besting 18.1°C)
Kaikoura, max temp record of 23°C (besting 18.4°C) [6th warmest June day on record]
Waipara, max temp record of 22.1°C (besting 18.9) [4th warmest June day on record]
Christchurch, max temp record of 21.8°C (besting 18.2°C) [7th warmest June day on record]
Christchurch, mildest overnight (temp didn’t drop below 9.6°C)
Dunedin, max temp record of 18.3°C (besting 17.4°C)
Queenstown, max temp record of 15.1°C (besting 14.2°C)
Invercargill, max temp record of 18.3°C (besting 14.4°C) [6th warmest June day on record]

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