Thermometer In World’s Coldest Village Breaks As Temperatures Plunge To -62C (-79.6F)

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The temperature in a remote Siberian village was so low that the public thermometer broke down. The town, Oymyakon, is located in the east of the Russian Federation, and has recorded -62C (-79.6), before malfunctioning.

This is the lowest recorded temperature in an inhabited place on earth outside the Antarctic and cemented the village, in the Yakutia region, the coldest permanently-inhabited place on earth.

The thermometer in Oymyakon stopped working shortly after temperatures reached -62C CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/@SIVTSEVA9452

Some locals even claimed the temperature had dipped to -67C (-88.6F) which is in touching distance of the record -67.7C (-89.86F).

However, the coldest temperature recorded on earth is -94.7C (-138.46F) and it was captured by a NASA satellite in east Antarctica.

Temperatures have become so cold in the Siberian region of Yakutia that people’s eyelashes have started to freeze when they venture outside CREDIT: INSTAGRAM/@ANASTASIAGAV

Oymyakon has 50 permanent residents and its name means “non-freezing water” due to a nearby thermal spring. The village sits 750 meters above sea level and the length of its days vary from three hours in December to 21 hours in summer.

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It was really interesting to read this post. I even didn’t know the temperature falls this much in these areas. And it is -67 degree Celsius in that Siberian village. From this post I got the information that before that it was recorded -62 degree Celsius in Oymykon and lowest temperature fall was -94.7 degree Celsius and recorded by NASA Satellites in Antarctica. It is really informative post. for any kind of writing help just contact best essay writing service which will provide you the best essays.