Do you like being cold? Well, no one really does, so that’s okay. With the winter season quite annoyingly upon us, it’s the perfect time of the year to sit back and realize that no matter how bad the weather is outside, it could be worse! Let’s take a look at some of the coldest places on this planet. Just so you know where not to go on a holiday.
Snag, Yukon, Canada
The confirmed lowest temperature recorded here was -63°C (-145°F). No jacket in the world will save you from that kind of coldness.
North Ice, Greenland
While Canada is pretty chilly, this place held the record for the lowest temperature in North America from way back in 1954. The temperature that was recorded back then was -66,1°C (-151°F).
This place is doing pretty frosty with its record of -67,6°C (-154°F), but it also has another equally weird record: it has the highest temperature range of any place on earth. The recorded lowest and recorded highest temperature in Verkhoyansk are a whopping 105°C (221°F) apart.