Record cold in Siberia

Average daily air temperature is below multi-year values ​​by 4-6 degrees C, in some places by 8 degrees.

On the night of July 30 in Tobolsk the thermometer dropped to  +6.5°C, tying the 1955 record.

Last night, July 31, the absolute minimum temperature in Krasnoyarsk was blocked, the current one is +3.3°C, lower than the previous one by 1.6°C, which was observed in 1919.

(Google translate is letting me down here.  Does this mean temperatures dropped 3.3 degrees LOWER than the previous record low for this date? Does it mean temperatures dropped TO 3.3 degrees? Or does it mean something else? I dunno.

Whatever it means, there’s apparently no global warming in Tobolsk.)

Thanks to Martin Siebert for this link

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August 1, 2018 at 06:56PM

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