Oymyakon (Russian Federation)
Oymyakon is a village in Oymyakonsky District, Sakha Republic. Formerly, Oymyakon Once home to about 210.000 people, it has now reduced to about 472 people. This is because many people have moved to warmer villages. People living in Oymyakon often have to leave the car in the starting state all day because of the worry that the engine will turn off and cannot be restarted. It is one of the coldest inhabited settlements in the world. Because it is the coldest place in the world, with snow and ice all year round, tourism here is quite developed, this is also an important source of income for 800 people here…
The record low temperature recorded here is -71,2 degrees Celsius. Because it is only about 350km from the North Pole, it is extremely cold here, the cold is present throughout the year. Although always facing very close to death due to cold weather, but Oymyakon still inhabited by nearly 800 people including Russians and many other ethnic minorities. The tourism industry here is also quite developed and is also a very important source of income for the people in the village. Only 350km from the Arctic Circle, so Oymyakon extremely cold, especially in winter and is said to be one of the coldest places on the planet.
Hell, Norway known by association with subarctic temperatures. In January 01, the average temperature in Hell was around 2016 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 25 degrees Celsius). The population here is 4 people, in recent years, many tourists have come Hell to visit and see and feel this cold with your own eyes. Usually, 1/3 of the time of the year (December to March), this place is frozen everything. For people living in Hell, -4 degrees Celsius is considered “cool weather”. Hell famous as a hell village of the world in Nord – Trondelag in Sweden. The average population in this area is about 2000 people.
With the name of the village of hell Hell It has become a tourist destination visited by many tourists. The temperature in this area is quite low at about -6,7 degrees Celsius in mid-February. Not only that, in the hell village the scene is always frozen from October of last year to March of next year. In winter, the average temperature here is minus 2 degrees Celsius. The coldest temperature ever recorded is minus 10 degrees Celsius. According to Ingvild Overmo, a local, Hell freezes almost all year round. Therefore, “Hell is frozen” is the phrase most people use when talking about this place. Another interesting thing is that the people here love to play with the name of the village. Everything is associated with the word “hell” such as: The bridge from hell, the hotel hell, the airport hell. Even in 1990, when a village girl named Mona Grudt was crowned Miss, the local media quickly named her “Beauty Queen from Hell”…
Station Plateau (USA)
Station Plateau is a research station located in the heart of the Antarctic Plateau, established by the National Science Foundation and the United States Navy. This place has only about 20 scientists settled to carry out their own research. The lowest temperature in this place has ever been recorded is -84 degrees Celsius, usually between June and July. Antarctica is, on average, the coldest, driest, windiest continent. , and the highest of all continents. Antarctica is considered the largest desert in the world, with annual precipitation of only 6 mm (7 inches) along the coast and gradually decreasing inland. It once recorded a temperature of −1 °C (−200 °F), although the average temperature in the third quarter (the coldest period of the year) was −8 °C (−89 °F).
Although there are no permanent residents, there are still between 1.000-5.000 people living each year at research stations scattered throughout the continent. Only cold-loving microorganisms can survive in Antarctica such as algae, bacteria, fungi, parasites, and certain animals such as mites, roundworms, penguins, seals and water bears. The vegetation that appears is tundra. The wild Antarctic continent, in addition to the well-known information as the coldest, most frozen land in the world; images of thick layers of snow and icebergs; or only animals that can withstand the harsh weather such as penguins, seals, whales, etc., there are many interesting things that anyone who loves adventure and adventure wishes. explored and discovered. It owns 90% of the world’s ice. The ice blocks in this cold continent are also a huge reserve of fresh water…Founded and operated by the National Science Foundation and the US Navy, the plateau is now a research station of the US Navy. America is located in the heart of the Antarctic Plateau. Its coldest month is July when temperatures drop to -119,2 F.
North Ice (Greenland)
Research station North Ice within the sovereignty of the United States in the island of Greenland is a place of extreme cold no less than the places mentioned above. The lowest temperature ever recorded in this place is -66 degrees Celsius. Here almost only about 10 scientists are living and doing research, completely devoid of any people. Greenland is an autonomous country in Denmark and the largest island in the world. Although geographically and ethnically it is an arctic island nation linked to the North American continent, historically Greenland has had close ties to Europe.
About 81% of Greenland’s surface area is covered by ice, known as the Greenland ice sheet, the weight of which compresses the land at the center of the continent, forming a basin that lies 300 meters below sea level. Almost all Greenlanders live along fjords southwest of the main island, where the climate is milder. Most of the people of Greenland are descended from both the Kalaallit (Inuit) and Scandinavian people and use Greenlandic (or Kalaallisut) as their official language…The majority of the people in Greenland are Inuit…
Rogers Pass (USA)
Rogers Pass located in the northern part of the state of Montana, USA. The flora here is also quite rich. Animals include swans, eagles, and wild geese that often fly over. The coldest months here are March and April with recorded temperatures sometimes down to -56,5 degrees. On January 20, 1, the lowest temperature of -1954°F (-70°C) was measured as the most extreme cold ever. With temperatures like this, those who love adventure can also endure. However, because the terrain of the pass is quite high and dangerous, almost very few people set foot here.
Rogers Pass located in the northern part of the state of Montana in the United States is a place with cold weather all year round. This is a rare place in the world when it has a cold climate that reaches -56 degrees Celsius but still has a rich flora and fauna. Here, swans, wild geese and eagles often fly by. With a temperature of -56 degrees Celsius, adventure lovers can withstand it, but if you want to explore this place you need to be very careful because the terrain of the pass is quite high and dangerous. Rogers Pass has been recorded as the most extreme cold ever.
Barrow, Alaska is a city located 2.000km south of the North Pole and more than 500km north of the North Pole. The small cities of 4581 are built on frozen ground that reaches depths of up to 396m (1.300 feet) and experiences winters with extreme cold and frigid temperatures. Here, the sun sets at the end of November and only reappears until the end of January. Even on summer days there is still cold air. It wasn’t until June that everything started to freeze and the average midsummer temperature was 6 degrees Celsius. Alaska Known as a state in the United States of America, it is bordered to the east by Canada. Alaska is a city that ranks in one of the lowest temperatures on Earth with a temperature of about -62 degrees Celsius. Alaska As an area that is always in a frozen state, that’s why unique and attractive ice and snow attractions have appeared here, attracting a lot of tourists to visit and experience. Because the temperature is too low, the population living here is very sparse Alaska mainly used to develop glacial tourism.
Barrow famous for its unusual location in the United States. It is located on the northern coast of Alaska along the Arctic Ocean. There is about 2.100 km between Barrow and the North Pole. Because Barrow is located above the Arctic Circle, there are times of the year when the sun never sets and other times when it never rises above the horizon. Instead of dipping below the horizon every day, in the summer the sun circles the sky above the horizon. The sun sets on November 18 or 19, and remains below the horizon for about 11 days – that is, until the end of January. In the middle of this polar night (December 65-1), the sky is always dark. absolutely, except for about 21 o’clock sunset. The climate in Barrow is very cold. Temperatures are below freezing from early October to late May. Highs above freezing are only about 22 days per year, and temperatures are at or below 12°F (−3°C) averaging 10 days per year. five. Freezing temperatures and snowfall, which can occur at any time of the year.
Vostok (Russian Federation)
Vostok, Antarctica is actually a large Russian research station built in 1957, Vostok was recorded as the place with the coldest temperature ever recorded in Antarctica, with a temperature of -89 degrees Celsius on July 21, 7. This temperature is even lower than the freezing point of CO1983 in the air. In 2, Vostok There are also times when it is as cold as – 86 degrees Celsius. And this place has been recorded as the coldest place in the world. The weather here is terribly cold, even in the summer the temperature does not exceed -21 degrees Celsius, yet there are always people working here.
In the world’s coldest place ever recorded at Vostok, Russia, Russian scientists even have to wear masks that warm the air before they breathe. Because if you are not careful, breathing in too cold air can cause a person’s lungs to become congested. But it is at the measuring stations when humans can reach. In more difficult places, humans are forced to use satellites to measure the temperature of the ice surface. Vostok located in the central east of Antarctica. With a temperature of -128,6 F, it is one of the coldest places in the world, yet one of the optimal places to observe Earth’s atmospheric changes. In the summer, there are usually 25 scientists and engineers to research here, in the winter there are only 13 people.
International Falls, Minnesota, USA
This place is known as the “ice bucket” of the country because of the cold weather all year round. International Falls It is also ranked as one of the coldest places in the United States. International Falls, located between the US and Canada border, according to the census there are 6.703 people. Winter in International Falls It is very long with an average annual temperature of -3,3 degrees Celsius. In January, the temperature usually fluctuates at -1 degrees Celsius and in a year, there are about 16 nights the temperature in this region reaches 1 degrees. C. The record low temperature recorded here is -60 degrees Celsius. Besides, snow also falls a lot, so every year International Falls receive 1,6 m thick snow. In July, the temperature here only reaches 7 degrees Celsius and hot days the temperature is up to 18 degrees but only counted on the fingers.
International Falls It has experienced extreme climates because of its continental climate, with cold winters and hot summers. The difference between the hottest and coldest records is 174 degrees Fahrenheit (96 °C) (from −60 °F (−51 °C) at the Tower on February 2, 2 to 1996 °F (114 °C). at Moorhead on July 46, 6). Climatic phenomena such as rain. snow. blizzard, thunder, hail, derecho, tornado, low tornado. The harvest season is about 7 days depending on the year in the Iron Land to 1936 days in the southeast region Minnesota near the Mississippi River and average temperatures of 37 to 49 °F (3 to 9 °C). Dew point temperatures average around 58 °F (14 °C) in the south to 48 °F (9 °C) in the north. Average rainfall ranges from 19 to 35 inches (48 to 89 cm) and drought occurs every 10 to 50 years.
Dome Fuji – Antarctica
According to The Sunday Times, researchers at the US National Snow and Ice Data Center used satellites and many of the most advanced and modern techniques to measure the temperature in Antarctica and find the point has a temperature of -91,2 degrees Celsius at an altitude of more than 3.700 meters at Dome Fuji mountain. If present at this site, human eyes, nose and lungs would be frozen very quickly within minutes. Researchers from the US National Snow and Ice Data Center have discovered. coldest place on Earth, with temperatures down to -91 degrees Celsius. In this place, body parts will freeze in just a few minutes.bThe coldest place in this world is on a mountain Dome Fuji – Antarctica. This is also the research station located at the current highest altitude in Antarctica, up to 3.786 m above sea level. The researchers used satellites as well as other modern technical measures to measure the temperature at this mountainside at an altitude of more than 3,779m.
ADVERTISEMENT when taking measurements in this area on July 31, 7, ie after 2013 years, the lowest temperature in this area was -3 degrees Celsius. Ted Scambos, the head of the study, said the level This temperature broke the previous lowest temperature record recorded in July 93 at Russia’s Vostok research station, with a temperature of -7 degrees Celsius. The new record temperature was even recorded. about 1983 degrees colder than in Alaska or Siberia, or 89,2 degrees colder than in Greenland. The researchers also say this is a rough figure. When they look more closely at the data from the space thermal sensor, it is possible that they will determine a lower temperature number. The coldest place was discovered while the team was analyzing the global surface temperature map, thanks to data from remote sensing satellites, including the Space Agency’s Landsat 50 satellite. USA (NASA). The results showed that the temperature in this area fell below -30 degrees Celsius. According to the researchers, with this temperature, parts of the human body such as eyes, nose and lungs could freeze in just a short time. Few minute. Previously, the world’s coldest air temperature was recorded at Russia’s Vostok research station in Antarctica in the winter of 8 at -91 degrees Celsius.
Verkhoyansk (Russian Federation)
Verkhoyansk, Russia is a remote place deep in Siberia, with a population of 1.434 (according to the 2002 census). This remote town is one of the eight coldest places in the world. Just over 2.400km from the North Pole, Verkhoyansk used to be a place of exile for politicians in the early 20th century. In spring, the temperature is in Verkhoyansk falls around -45 degrees Celsius. Currently, the temperature Verkhoyansk It’s -40 degrees Celsius and it’s still raining. People here live by raising cattle, mining tin and gold. The average temperature in winter is -48 degrees Celsius, the coldest temperature ever recorded is -66,7 degrees Celsius.
Verkhoyansk is notable mainly for its exceptionally low winter temperatures and the record for the largest temperature difference on Earth between summer and winter. Average monthly temperatures range from −45,4 °C (49,7 °F) in January to +1 °C (16,5 °F) in July. The average monthly temperature is below freezing from October to April and exceeding 61,7°C (7°F) from June to August, with the alternating months of May and September forming very short transitional seasons. Although located within the Arctic Circle, Verkhoyansk has a severe subpolar climate (Köppen climate classification Dfd) that lasts most of the year by high anticyclones. This has the effect of cutting off the region from warming effects during the winter, and coupled with the lack of cloud cover results in large heat losses during the colder months. Verkhoyansk has a dry climate with little rainfall or snowfall: The average annual rainfall is 180 millimeters (7,1 in). Although no month can be described as truly wet, there are strong seasonal variations in rainfall, with summers being much wetter than winters. Winter rainfall is extremely low, largely due to the dominance of the Siberian high at this time of year.
Prospect Creek (USA)
Prospect Creek is an area about 290km north of Fairbanks and about 40km southeast of Bettles (State of Alaska). This is the area with the lowest temperature in the United States. The record low temperature that was ever recorded here is -62 degrees Celsius. Now, the weather in this area is more extreme than ever. The flora system is getting smaller and smaller. There are absolutely no people living in this place. Prospect Creek was a very small settlement about 180 miles (290 km) north of present-day Fairbanks and 25 miles (40 km) southeast of present-day Bettles, Alaska. Many years ago it was home to several mining expeditions and camps that built the Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS). Today, that is the location of TAPS Pumping Station 5 (Jim River Station). Prospect Creek It is also home to the United States record for the lowest temperature. On January 23, 1, a record low temperature of −1971 °F (−79,8 °C) (rounded to −62,1 °F (−80 °C) was recorded. can be found there even with extreme changes in temperature; local fauna includes everything from black and brown bears to bald eagles.
Prospect Creek has a subtropical climate. The outlook has recorded some of the coldest winters in US history. There are currently no people living in this area. The camp has been abandoned since the early 1990s. Prospect Creek There is a small runway, Prospect Creek Airport ( IATA : PPC , ICAO : PAPR , FAA LID : PPC ). Prospect Creek 220 miles north from Fairbanks via Steese and Elliot. The average driving time is about 4-5 hours in good weather and when road conditions are good. However, the drive can be very dangerous in the winter. There are commercial group tours into the area in the summer. Nearby and to the northwest, flows the Koyukuk, a large Alaskan river that flows westward into the Yukon. Prospect Creek has a subtropical climate. Prospect Creek received some of the coldest winters in US history.
City Yakutsk of Yakutia, Russia Considered the coldest city in the world. Yakutsk located in the far east of Russia, near the southern part of the Arctic Circle. In winter, the “warm days” temperature is usually at -40°C, while the cooler days will drop further at about -64°C. In September, everything here is frozen and lasts until the end of May. Regardless of the extreme weather conditions, the city Yakutsk still has a large population of 270.000 people, equivalent to a quarter of the population of the entire Siberian region. Temperatures between winter and summer in Yakutsk has a huge disparity, so it requires people here to have a strong and persistent endurance against the constant fluctuations of the weather in order to be able to live. In summer, the temperature is usually above 30°C. People in the city Yakutsk, has really good tolerance to cold weather.
Yakutsk known as the land of ice. City Yakutsk It is the coldest place in the world with the lowest temperature reaching -63 degrees Celsius. In winter, the temperature here is lower than freezing by about -37 degrees Celsius. Although the climate is not very mild, the place is still cold. This is the residence of more than 200.000 people. Winter is coming, everywhere Yakutsk All of them are covered with a white color that makes the scene shimmering like a fairy tale. The lowest temperature ever recorded on the planet excluding Antarctica occurred in the Yana River basin northeast of Yakutsk, making it the coldest major city in the world. Although the winter is very cold and long – Yakutsk temperatures above freezing have never been recorded between 10 November and 11 March – the summers here are quite warm (albeit quite short), with daily maximums sometimes exceeding + 14 °C (3 °F) makes the seasonal temperature difference in this city the largest in the world as it hits 30 °C (86 °F)…
One of the coldest places in Canada is a land called Snag. This place has been rated as having bone-chilling weather all year. Snow and frequent thunderstorms make this place arid and extremely desolate. Life doesn’t seem to exist. Few people have the courage to come and explore this land. The temperature here sometimes drops to -63 degrees Celsius. Located in the Yukon territory, Snag . village is one of the coldest destinations in Canada in the valley of the White River. Snag The record low temperature of minus 81 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 27 degrees Celsius) was recorded on February 03, 2, and a village in Snag Only about 8-10 people live. It was the lowest temperature recorded in the North American continent. The highest average temperature in Snag is 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius) and the lowest is 10 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 12 degrees Celsius). Extreme temperatures around -63°C make it difficult for many meteorologists to work here.
The village of Snag was the site of a military airfield, established as part of the Northwest Route, which closed in 1968. In 1947, the village of Snag boasted a population of eight to ten First Nations residents and fur traders. An additional staff of fifteen to twenty airport employees – meteorologists, radio operators, aircraft maintainers lives at the airport barracks. On February 3, 2, the record low temperature in the North American continent was recorded at Snag: −63,0 °C (−81,4 °F). That same winter, two previous records were set: One in December recorded various phenomena, especially sounds such as voices being clearly heard from their source. There was a clear sky (except for a bit of ice fog) and light to light winds. There is 12 cm (38,1 in) of snow on the ground, but it is decreasing. Another town away Snag 180 km (112 mi) northeast, Fort Selkirk, claims an even lower temperature of 65,0 °C (−85,0 °F), but the claim cannot be confirmed.
Fraser, Colorado is a small town, located at an altitude of more than 2.600m in the Rocky Mountains in the state of Colorado, USA, with a population of about 1.000 people (according to the 2000 census). Located near Winter Park’s famous ski area, Fraser It is one of the coldest winters in the United States. The average annual temperature here is 0 degrees Celsius (32,5 degrees Fahrenheit). In summer, as early as mid-June, temperatures can hit -6 degrees Celsius. Fraser, with an average annual temperature of 1°F (32,5°C) (or 0,3°F (34,8″) 1,6°C) based on another station in town) is the coldest combined town in the lower 48 states. It also has the shortest growing season with an average of only 4 to 7 days (depending on weather station data used) and can and does have frost year-round, totaling over 300 nights below 32°F ( 0°C), is rivaled only by Utqiagvik, Alaska, among currently inhabited localities in the United States.
According to the Köppen climate classification system, Fraser has a subsonic climate, abbreviated as Dfc on climate maps. The hottest temperature recorded in Fraser was 98°F (36,7°C) on August 1, 8 and the coldest −1969°F (−53°C) on January 47,2, 10. The wettest calendar year was 1 with 1962 inches (1957 mm) and the driest 30,33 with 770,4 inches (1944 mm), while the heaviest rainfall in a month was 11,04 inches (280,4 mm) in September of this year. 7,69. Natural snowfall was 195,3 inches (9 m) heavy and increased to 1961 inches (142,5 m) in February 3,62 and 82,4 inches (2,09 m) from July 2 to June 1936.
Eismitte It is one of the coldest locations in the Northern Hemisphere, with an average annual temperature of −30,0 °C (−22 °F) recorded for the duration of the expedition. The name Eismitte has the meaning is Ice-Center (or ice center). It is located in the Arctic part of Greenland, an area of land at an altitude of 3000m. This place ice is everywhere and that’s why it’s called Ice-Center. Absolutely no people live here. The lowest temperature ever recorded was in February with a temperature of -2 degrees Celsius. This climate is characterized by bitter cold temperatures and little rainfall. It occurs at 64.9°N maximum and latitude over the ice sheets of Greenland and Antarctica and over the permanently frozen portion of the Arctic Ocean.
In glacial climates, temperatures are below freezing throughout the year, and the annual temperature range is large but not as large as in continental continental climates. Cold winter; The lowest temperatures occur at the end of an extremely long night. Rainfall is meager in the cold, steady air, with the greatest amount occurring at the edge of the coast. Most of this precipitation is the result of periodic entry of tornadoes into the region, bringing with it snow and ice and, with strong winds, blizzards. Strong winds are also present in the outer parts of the EF climate zones of Greenland and Antarctica, where cold, dense air escapes from the higher, central parts of the ice sheets. EF climate holds the lowest recorded temperature difference on the Earth’s surface in Antarctica…Average annual precipitation in Eismitte is 4,3″ (109,2 mm) The month with the most average precipitation is December with 12″ (1,0 mm). The month with the least amount of precipitation is May with an average of 25,4″ (5 mm)…
Fort Selkirk (Canada)
Another place that is also in Canada and has one of the coldest temperatures in the world is Fort Selkirk. This place is considered an extremely important stop along the Yukon River, Fort Selkirk It is the ideal challenge point for those who want to be adventurous. There is really no way to get here, so visitors can only go by helicopter or by boat. The coldest month here is January and the lowest temperature ever recorded is -74°F (-58,9°C). Fort Selkirk, Yukon (Canada). Fort Selkirk was formerly a trading port at the confluence of the Pelly River in the Canadian Yukon. In 1950, this place was abandoned due to extremely cold weather conditions. There is no way to get to this place. Most visitors come here by boat or plane. The coldest month is January and the lowest is -74°F (-58,9 degrees C).
Fort Selkirk is the center of the homeland of North Tutchone and their cultural traditions such as game harvest, commerce and tourism. This place has been a traditional place of harvest and gathering for thousands of years. Fort Selkirk set in a beautiful river valley rich in natural resources and surrounded by a majestic, mountainous landscape with a dynamic geological profile. Trade station Fort Selkirk, Canada abandoned since the mid-1950s, when the weather here was too harsh. The lowest temperature recorded was -74 degrees F (equivalent to -58,8 degrees C). Considered an important stop along the Yukon River, Fort Selkirk is the ideal challenge point for adventure lovers. To reach this cold but exciting land you can only travel by helicopter or boat. This will be an interesting place for travelers who love the cold and love to explore new challenging lands.
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