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Weather doesn't dampen Christmas cheer

Last updated 10:09 25/12/2013
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The Fox sisters of Te Anau, sisters three-month-old Harper, left, Gabbie, 7, Cameron, 2, and Libbie, 4, opening Santa’s presents. 

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Christmas Day in Te Anau dawned overcast this morning, but the day was bright as far as the Fox sisters were concerned.

Like thousands of children across Southland, three-month-old Harper, left, Gabbie, 7, Cameron, 2, and Libbie, 4, were all smiles  while opening Santa's presents. 

The MetService has predicted showers across the province today, with high temperatures in the range of 15 and 16 degrees Celcius.

Christmas Day in Invercargill has dawned a bit bleak with a high of 15 degrees expected and showers predicted to clear in the afternoon.

Showers are expected to clear in Queenstown this morning, with the MetService giving the tourist resort a high of 15deg today.

 

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