A New Record is Set for the Lowest Temperture Recorded on Earth

If you look at a weather forecast across America today it’s freezing cold just about everywhere (except you South Florida). New England and the Mid-Atlantic just got their first bit of snowfall today making the act of commuting quite miserable. If you’re someone in the northeast who hates cold and snow of the winter well I have an article here to remind you that we really don’t have it that bad. Recently revealed satellite data from NASA reveled that they measured the lowest temperature ever measured on the Earth’s surface in August of 2010 in Eastern Antarctica, -135.8 degrees Fahrenheit. This shatters the previous record low record of -128.6 degrees in Antarctica in 1983 and is about 50 degrees colder than the lowest temperature ever recorded in the Northern Hemisphere. The 30 degree temperatures outside suddenly don’t feel so cold now. Remind me never to take a summer vacation on the bottom of our world.


That’s pretty much what you’ll see if you ever decide to go there.

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