Record cold – Temperatures in most parts of Siberia and the Urals most typical for January.
The Urals and Siberia are abnormally cold, with average daily temperatures as much as 16-20 degrees! below normal.
On Friday in Ural towns and villages the temperature dropped to -27 to -32 degrees.
Temperatures in Siberia are even below -32 to -38 degrees.
In the Tomsk region, central and southern regions of the Krasnoyarsk Territory, down to -42, and in the Khanty Mansiysk district down to -44 degrees.
On Thursday in the Urals the temperature did not go above -14: -19 degrees to the north and east of the Sverdlovsk Region and the Kurgan region -20: -24.
The Siberian fields daytime temperatures reached -22: -28 degrees, while in the Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug and the Turukhansk District, to -29: -32.
Expected in Kazakhstan -40°C.
The Astana record for November is -39°C, and was measured in 1953 (see table) in a historical series over 130 years.
Meanwhile, it’s freezing in Brazil in “the hottest year ever!”
Imagine when the coldest year comes!”
-Spring cold: 1 ° C temperature in the South (South Brazil) “Probable 3 days with frost in high mountains.”
Thanks to Martin Siebert for these links