Siberia FAR colder than normal

Abnormal cold across most of Siberia and the Far East, including Mongolia. In Agayakan on December 1 reached -51.3°C. (ogimet)

Winter in most parts of Siberia started long before the beginning of the calendar.

In northern Siberia in the last week of November temperatures dropped to minus 40 degrees and lower.

The temperature in the Irkutsk Region in Erbogachen fell to −47.2 degrees on 4 December.

The average daily temperature in the central regions of Siberia is 16 degrees below normal or more. In the south of Siberia, it is colder than the norm by 10-12 degrees. Nighttime temperatures in the Tomsk region can sometimes drop to -45..48ºC.

https://www.gismeteo.ru/news/klimat/29965-v-sibiri-minus-47/

http://hmn.ru/index.php?index=1&ts=181206122025

Thanks to Martin Siebert for these links

“Could you imagine it being 10-16°C below average where you live” asks Martin. “Is enough, is not!?”


5 thoughts on “Siberia FAR colder than normal”

  1. There seems to be no end to ways of hopping onto the climate change gravy train.

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/thenational/climate-change-could-wake-up-canada-s-dormant-volcanoes-1.4934504

    This fellow suggests that you will get an explosion if you take the lid off of a pressure cooker. And here I thought if you took the lid off you would relieve the pressure.

    Shouldn’t you need to have a least a bare minimum of common sense before you qualify for a 6-figure salary?

  2. The cold is coming its undeniable !

    November and December temperature is too low to this period the normal here in sao Paulo,Brazil is about 33 celsius sometime more this year we have in max 27,min about 13 celsius is not normal in November is some States of south we have ice and temperatures of 0 celsius !!!! .yes something happen and IS NOT GLOBAL WARMING.

  3. It will be hard to pay your taxes or any other bill when it is too hazardous to set out on foot to go to the bank or post office or any other counter to pay the wretched bill, grr. And how is the internet keeping its act together? Probably experiencing serious ‘challenges’. I fear the worst.
    Feeling just not good but how logistically do those Siberians manage food distribution? Tell me.

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