The lowest temperature recorded was in Vostok, Antarctica at -89.2 degrees Celsius or -128.56 degrees Fahrenheit on July 21st, 1983. The temperatures are so cold there that frozen CO2 (dry ice) forms in the atmosphere. Additionally, and it is also considered a desert for its lack of precipitation of less than 10in./25 cm.
The Antarctica region is colder due to it being about two miles above sea level and the oceans warmth covers the Arctic preventing it to be colder, in the northern area.
by edekeful6 years ago
If today's temperature is 0 degrees Celsius and tomorrow will be 2 times colder, than today...How much degrees is going to be tomorrow?
by prettydarkhorse7 years ago
My feet are cold, literally, I have heater, at times I don't like to go out. It is getting colder again, yes it gets cold here too in TX, plus the cold November rains at times and windy outside now...I miss going to the...
by Jason5 years ago
If you had to chose from moving to a hotter or colder climate, what would you choose? Why?I would choose hot because I can do more outdoors than I can in bitter cold. Also, my hobbies and interest are taylored for...
by Castlepaloma5 years ago
Noah's Arc left behind most people and animalsWas that an Evil or a Good act?My thoughts is Safety first! Automatic I've would of thrown out life jackets or peaces of wood for all of God's creatures to be saved during...
by blatva8 years ago
And im in shorts ^^ Take that Cold Indiana Weather! I'ma Californian O:<How cold is it where you are?
by nightwork47 years ago
has the weather changed in your area in the last 10 years?do you get warmer or colder weather. more or less rain and snow?
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