Minus 33°C ( -27.4°F) at Summit, Greenland. The coldest July temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere, says Tony Heller.
How much ice do you think is melting at -33°C?
4 July 2017 – The new record of -33C ( -27.4°F) smashes the old record of -30.7°C (-23.26°F).
“Climate experts immediately responded to the record cold by saying Greenland is melting faster than expected at -33C,” says Heller.
The North Atlantic is also colder than normal
Thanks to Flemming Kjemtrup Sørensen, Kenneth Lund, Sir Vancelot von Raab, Glenn Cuthbert, Jim S. and Dean Koehler for these links