Cue "Hell freezing over" joke here. Hell, Norway, has gained notoriety for the combination of its name and sub-arctic temperatures. The average temperature in January 2016 was a balmy 25 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 3.9 degrees Celsius). Tourists have trekked to Hell in recent years, many to photograph themselves in front of one of the town’s train station signs.
Hell freezes over, on average, a third of the year, running from December through March.