“Warmer days ahead” for Mongolia – Nighttime temps rising to minus 37 degrees

“Warmer Days Ahead” the title crows.
“If temperatures as low as minus 37 C are called “warmer days”, I wonder what they would call “colder days?”asks reader.

Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. The weather is expected to be stable, with the cold easing in the next few days.
Light snowfall is expected in most parts of the western region, and in the northwestern part of the central region on February 19.

In the depression of Lake Uvs, in the head of Zavkhan river, in the basins of Ider and Tes rivers, the temperature will range from -32 to -37 C (-25.6 to -34.6 F) during the night, and -18 to -23 during the day.

In the depression of Darkhad, in mountainous areas of Khuvsgul, near Khurenbelchir, in the basins of Eg-Uur, Orkhon, and Yuruu rivers, the temperature will be -27 to -32 during the night, and -10 to -15 during the day.

In the mountainous areas of Khangai and Khentei, in the basins of Selenge, Kharaa, Tuul, Terelj, Kherlen, Onon, Ulz, and Khalkh rivers, the temperature will range from -23 to -28 during the night, and -7 to -12 during the day.

In the southern Gobi region, the temperature will be -13 to -18 during the night, and -4 to +1 during the day.

In other areas, the night-time temperature will be -18 to -23 degrees Celsius, and daytime temperature will be -4 to -9 degrees Celsius.

https://montsame.mn/en/read/216190

Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for this link

 

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February 18, 2020 at 12:25PM

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