Mon, 09 Jul 2012 10:18a.m.
It's been a week of wild weather around the world from record heat waves in America, to extensive flooding in southern Russia.
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New Zealanders are preparing for the worst as an oncoming polar blast threatens to cut power and make driving treacherous.
A key north Canterbury bridge will be closed for at least another week as workers scramble to repair significant flood damage.
A severe cold snap is expected to hit the South Island today, bringing snow and bitter winds.
New Zealanders are today bracing for a polar blast which will sweep up the country over the next three days.
Evacuated residents in the Christchurch suburb of Mairehau have returned to survey the damage to their waterlogged homes.
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