New Zealand drops to 20C below freezing

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3 Responses to New Zealand drops to 20C below freezing

  1. South Canterbury Sky Watch says:

    Unbelievable numbers showing in the MacKenzie Country and surrounds. I was lucky enough to get out of the deep South when i did a trip to Queenstown. Here you can see a quick time lapse, from one extreme to the next but the next is still happening….. “The MacKenzie Basin White-Out”.

  2. Sarah says:

    Really excellent thank you.

  3. South Canterbury Sky Watch says:

    Once again, another great article to surface. This has just come out of Natural News. First thing i thought about, was the wickedly cold winter we are having on both South and North islands. Interesting to see the paragraph mentioning …..
    “…..Contrails can change ground temperature up to 6°F”…… which converted to Celsius is 14.4C.
    http://www.naturalnews.com/050349_geoengineering_contrails_weather_patterns.html
    Its incredible to see how so often we see changes in flight paths. A few days may be seeing planes heading along the east coast line, north and south then days later, dont seem to see them but over to the West, seem to see what looks to be the crap from chemtrails.
    Here is a video i did when returning to the East Coast from the West Coast…..

    Its going to be interesting to see how the South Islands Lake Ophua fears this year as last weekend, i seen line after line being sprayed towards the mountains.

    One of the lines left behind, was definitely passenger aeroplane but the other 5 short lines, hmmmmmm, who left them there??? I dont know. I did a short video which you can see these short lines about the 30sec mark.

    EYES TO THE SKY PEOPLE, the sky is not a science lab is it??

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