Greenland Ends The Year With Some Of The Coldest Weather Ever Recorded

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On December 29 they hit -78F, five degrees above the coldest temperature ever recorded there.

NASA is only interested in a couple of days during the summer when temperatures got barely above freezing for a couple of hours.

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8 Responses to Greenland Ends The Year With Some Of The Coldest Weather Ever Recorded

  1. tckev says:

    And so the rock, that is Greenland, will gradually acquire this cold reducing the temperature there eventually.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Those 2 hours of 35 F temps did far more melting (97%) than the -78 F did freezing. The alarmists would never lie about that, would they?

  3. bob says:

    It’s 2013 people, time to use metric like everyone else when it come to temperatures. Anyone under 60 should be using °C!

  4. D. Kaiser says:

    The Bank for International Settlements is the world government you never heard of. Look it up already, and do mankind a favor. Stop reading distractions.

  5. hollymolley says:

    In 1968 , at Thule Air Base (Greenland) a temp of (-105F) was recorded.

  6. Jerry Brown says:

    I was there during Jan and Feb 1968. What was the lowest wind chill factor recorded?

  7. BOB WROBLEWSKI says:

    I ARRIVED AT THE BASE IN JULY 1969 AND LEFT IN JULY OF 1970. I WAS NCOIC OF THE EMERGENCY ROOM AT THE HOSPITAL. SEEMS TO ME THAT DURING THAT PERIOD IN A PHASE 3 THE TEMP WAS -96. I HAVE LOTS OF PICTURES INCLUDING MOVIES CLIMBING DUNDIS MT. AT 0200 HRS. AND THEN GOING BACK TO THE HOSPITAL AND SPECIALING SOME GUY WHO THOUGHT HE WOULD GO FOR A SWIM IN BAFIN BAY. I WILL NEVER FORGET THAT PLACE.

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