8º F In Siberia


http://www.wunderground.com/global/stations/24688.html

Summer in Siberia is going out with a bang. Temperatures in Ojmjakon, Russia are currently 8 degrees Fahrenheit (-13º Celsius.). No doubt the press and Joe Romm will cover this with the same zeal as they covered Moscow a couple of weeks ago.

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6 Responses to 8º F In Siberia

  1. fishnski says:

    I have Verhanjank,Russia(spelling?) saved in my Favs over there at the underground. there is debate over which site is the coldest in the northern hemi but as of now even though my site has got a lot colder I don’t think it has got down to 8…I do notice the snow cover growing over there which \I love to see!

  2. ML says:

    No doubt the press and Joe Romm will cover this with the same zeal as they covered Moscow a couple of weeks ago
    ————————————-
    I have no daubts that they will “cover” this ….. hopeing that nobody will notice

  3. TinyCO2 says:

    Of course they might cover it as abnormal cold… caused by global warming… err I mean climate change… climate weirding… err disruption. Whatever! Just accept that it’s your fault and shut up 😉

  4. Amino says:

    Arctic air coming down from La Nina.

  5. Pingback: Global Climate Disruption Brings Early Snow To Russia | Real Science

  6. ES says:

    8 degrees C is hot compared to temperatures in Canada. It was –20 in Alert last week, but the prairies and most of the north are more than 10 to 15 degrees below normal.

    Warnings
    Jasper National Park
    4:52 AM MDT Monday 20 September 2010
    Snowfall warning for Jasper National Park continued

    Snowfall tapering off later this morning.

    A low pressure system will continue producing snow in the Jasper region today. As temperatures warm this afternoon snow should change to rain at lower elevations.

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