Record cold in Norway

We had a record cold August day here in middle of Norway in Trondheim, writes Tommy in Norway.

The high temperature of the day in mid August, which is supposed to be hottest time of the year, barely made it above 8c (46F).

The official station that recorded this new record goes back about a century and yet the old record was broken by nearly 2c, which is extreme!

And that was not just for first half of August, but for the entire August as whole, which makes this record even more extreme.

Funny how every heatwave is reported in global news, but yet ALL-TIME cold records only get a small article hidden away in some local newspaper.

Thanks to Tommy in Norway for this info

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