7 of the coldest places in the world to live: Bone chilling
I would like to live in Alaska just 1 cold winter and read, watch TV, search the internet in depth to learn more ancient history. But Russia is a NO.
Eureka Nunavut although it is the coldest inhabited place on average did not hit -98C. it reached -61.5 with a windchill of -98C also known as -78 F with a windchill of -144F, possibly the coldest windchill ever recorded on earth.
Such an Americancentric article. First, many places in Canada are colder than the two that are mentioned in Minnesota and Colorado. And please, use the international method of temperature recording,degrees Celcius. Or as most articles do, both oF and oC.
Why do Canadians insist on priding theirselves in the fact Canada is cold ?? Antarctica is clearly the coldst place on the planet. Canada HAS NOT hit -98º at all, otherwise I would know about it.
Really no mention of canada...and did read correctly WV is this west virginia? If you want cold go check out winnipeg edmonton or yellowknife while not siberia cold all much colder the any city in the lower usa
Yes, much of Canada is colder than the two U.S. locations mentioned. But I don't agree on the use of Fahrenheit vs. Celsius. Fahrenheit gradations are 2 1/2 times more precise than Celsius, so a Fahrenheit temp. gives better information. Same reason metric measurements are more generally informative than English measurements.
What?? Edmonton wasn't listed here. It's the northernmost North American city with a metropolitan population over one million.
Not only that, it seems Canada is not even worth a mention. I guess International Falls and Fraser are larger when viewed from the lower 48...
WE stopped early this winter talking about it snowing again today! To save words now, we only talk about it not snowing today! It saves allot of useless talk! Hi
Now if we could ever get CH7 to consider us as being in Maryland & not WV or PA, we might get some good weather info & likely need tourists for winter sports!