Brutal cold in Russia: – 62 °C in Oymyakon and -53 °C in Yakutsk

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Siberia: Severe cold … seriously below normal

Severe cold in Siberia – Seriously below normal:

Temperature 10-12°C below the climatic norm.

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Severe freezing has hit parts of Evenkia, Irkutsk and Yakutia. On November 19, the temperature fell to -40, -42°C.

It was even colder just east of Yakutia. In Ytyk-Kel and Churapcha, Teplyi Klyuch and Tompo, the thermometers showed -44 ° C, In Deliankir and Oymyakon -47°C.

In Yakutia, such frosts are fairly common at this time of year. But for Central Siberia, this is a serious temperature anomaly (italics added), because the average daily temperature for Nov 18 was 10-12°C below the climatic norm.

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Thirty-one degrees below zero in Siberia

Thirty-one degrees below zero in Siberia:

In Evenkia’s capital, Tura, the temperature dropped to -26°C in the morning. However, the lowest temperature in Russia over the past 24 hours, -31°C, was recorded at the weather station of Kerbo, located slightly south of Tura.

In Yakutia at the weather station Teplyj Klyuch, the temperature dropped to -28°C, and in Oymyakon in the morning it was only -17°C.

The temperature in Tompo city (Yakutia) dropped to -32,5°C. (http://www.ogimet.com)

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Record cold in Western Siberia

Record cold in Western Siberia:

Breaks record set more than 60 years ago.

26 Sep 2017 – A new record low temperature was registered in Omsk today.

The mercury plummeted to -6.2 degrees C, breaking the previous record for the date of -4.5C, which was set more than 60 years ago in 1955.

Temperatures in the area are abnormally cold, running 5-10 degrees C below the climatic norm.

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Record cold in Siberia: A bone-crushing minus 62C (-79.6F)

Record cold in Siberia – A bone-crushing minus 62C:

There’s no evidence of global warming in western Siberia, says the Siberian Times.

The Khanti-Mansi region set a new record with a bone-crushing minus 62C (-79.6F) at the Bolshoe Olkhovskoe oilfield. The village of Kazym in the same district of Beloyarsky hit minus 58C (-72.4F).

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