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2021 could be the warmest year on record, Met Service says

Tuesday 12 January 2021 | Written by Emmanuel Samoglou | Published in National, Weather

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2021 could be the warmest year on record, Met Service says
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The Met Office says it will be at least eight months before Cook Islands will start experiencing cooler than average temperatures, which means more hot and dry weather as currently experienced in the Northern Group.

The Met Office says it will be at least eight months before Cook Islands will start experiencing cooler than average temperatures, which means more hot and dry weather as currently experienced in the Northern Group.


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