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Some Mamaku residents woke up to a white layer carpeting the landscape after the temperature in the village dropped to 0. According to MetService, the temperature in Rotorua dropped to a low of 3C at 6am this morning. Metservice meteorologist Peter Little said it was unusual for it to snow in Rotorua but it was also unusual that the cold snap had come so late in the season.
Little said a cold and showery southwesterly flow is covering the country today - bringing snow down to low levels in the South Island - but this would ease off. Mamaku resident Giovanna Fredricksen said it had been a couple of years since the area had had a decent snowfall like this. We are taking a snow day and they are having some friends up for a snow play date," she said.
Mamaku resident Bron Fleet said the heaviest fall seemed to be at the top of South Rd which is quite a bit higher then the village. Pretty much nothing past the top of Dansey Rd. Mamaku School pupils had a broom and shovels at hand as they gathered snow from the deck outside the office, adding to the growing snowball. Principal Gary Veysi was more than happy with this because as well as the children having fun, they were clearing the snow.
Cloe Fagan, 10, was unfazed by the cold as she cupped a ball of snow between her gloved hands. Although the morning air cut to the bone, it could have been the middle of summer for some of the pupils, and one used his head as the base of a snow cone.
Mamaku mother Renee Smith had come to the school after her children had left their bags and lunch boxes at home in their eagerness to get their fingers in the snow. As someone who loved the snow, she was planning on having a roast dinner tonight - an ideal winter feed she could just put on in advance.