Somehow, while we’re supposed to believe the world is on the brink of “overheating”, the world’s southernmost continent is currently the coldest its ever been for the time of year.
Last Friday, Antarctica set a record for its coldest March temp ever recorded, not just for the day, but for the entire month.
The Vostok Station clocked a bone-chilling -75.3C (-103.54F) on the morning of Friday, March 20, as spotted by @TempGlobal on Twitter:
Temperature Global (@TempGlobal) tweetou:
Thanks to Bill Sellers and Martin Siebert for these links