So it is super cold right now up and down the East Coast. This morning in Happy Valley it was 0 degrees Fahrenheit. With a – 20 windchill.
But we can’t have it THAT bad. There have to be people who experience way worse conditions. Here are my favorite top 5 coldest locations on the earth where people leaving.
Population: 1.4k people
In January, the average high is -43 °F
Record lowest temperature -90 °F in 1892
Population: 800 people
In January, the average high is -51.1 °F
Record lowest temperature: – 90 °F in 1933
Random Fact: A digital thermometer installed as something for tourists to marvel at broke from the cold when one day it dropped to minus 79.6 degrees Fahrenheit
Snag, Yukon, Canada
Population: 36k people
In January, the average high is minus -7 degrees Fahrenheit
Record lowest temperature: -81°F on Feb. 3, 1947
Random Fact: ^^^ That’s the recorded lowest temperature in continental North America.
Population: 200k people
Record lowest temperature: – 83.9 °F
In January, the average high is minus 32 degrees Fahrenheit
Vostok Station, Antarctic
Population: 25-30 people
Record lowest temperature: -129 °F in 1983
In Winter, the average high is minus -90 degrees Fahrenheit.