These include Kazakhstan, Russia, Greenland, Canada, the United States, Iceland, Finland, Estonia and Mongolia, according to Earth & World (opens in new tab). (Though not a country, Antarctica, in the Southern Hemisphere, is technically the coldest region on Earth.)... read more ›
Finland is one of the northernmost areas in the world with a permanent population. Winter in Finland varies in duration from about three to seven months, depending on the part of the country, but regardless of location, it's cold, dark and snowy.... continue reading ›
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Some states are among the ten coldest states year round. Consistently cold throughout the year are Maine, Vermont, Montana and Wyoming.... view details ›
December to February is summer; March to May is autumn; June to August is winter; and September to November is spring.... read more ›
Autumn or fall in South Africa is April to May. It is generally warm and dry with days getting shorter and the temperature cooling as it gets closer to winter. Winter in South Africa is June to August. It is generally dry and cool, with snow falling in the mountainous regions.... continue reading ›
The Canary Islands, located just off the west coast of Africa, have long been known as 'the islands of eternal spring,' and for good reason. Not only is the weather ideal year round but The Canaries also boast over 3000 hours of sunlight a year.... continue reading ›
The Polar Night of Svalbard is significantly darker: absent even indirect sunlight, with no change in light to mark the passage of a 24-hour time span.... read more ›
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June 17, 2022. If you miss winter, think of the poor souls in the coldest city on Earth. Winter temperatures in Oymyakon, Russia, average minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 50 degrees Celsius). The remote village is generally considered the coldest inhabited area on Earth.... read more ›
- Russia − The Lowest Temperature Ever Recorded: -67.7 °C (-89.86 °F) ...
- Greenland − The Lowest Temperature Ever Recorded: -66.1 °C (-87.0 °F) ...
- Canada − The Lowest Temperature Ever Recorded: -63.0 °C (-81.4 °F) ...
- USA − The Lowest Temperature Ever Recorded: -62.2 °C (-80 °F)
Snow is an almost annual occurrence on some of the mountains of South Africa, including those of the Cedarberg and around Ceres in the South-Western Cape, and on the Drakensberg in Natal and Lesotho.... view details ›
Alaska. Alaska is the coldest state in the U.S. Alaska's average temperature is 28.1°F (-2.7°C) and can go as low as -30°F (-34°C) during the winter months. The Fairbanks area experiences some of the hottest and coldest temperatures in the state, with highs of 90°F in the summer and lows around -50°F.... read more ›
Countries in the South Pacific like Vanuatu, Fiji and Tuvalu have never seen snow. Near the equator, most countries get very little snow unless they are home to mountains, which can have snowy peaks. Even some hot countries like Egypt get snow from time to time.... view details ›
Death Valley holds the record for the highest air temperature on the planet: On 10 July 1913, temperatures at the aptly named Furnace Creek area in the California desert reached a blistering 56.7°C (134.1°F). Average summer temperatures, meanwhile, often rise above 45°C (113°F).... read more ›
Winters here are not extremely cold and the average winter temperature does not fall below -15 degrees Celsius (5 degrees Fahrenheit). By the way, in Russia the real warmth does not start until the middle of April. And only in the end of May does everything start to bloom and people go without their warm clothing.... see details ›
Although most of the country lies in the temperate belt, its climatic patterns are complex. Generally speaking, most parts of China have the distinct four seasons. Spring is from March to May, summer is from June to August, autumn is from September to November, and winter is from December to February.... read more ›
As Brazil lies in the Southern Hemisphere, its seasons are the exact opposite of what Northern Hemisphere residents are used to: summer is December through March and winter June through September.... see more ›
Generally speaking, therefore, the wet season, the southern hemisphere's summer, occurs between October and March, the dry season, its winter, June through to August, while spring is September and Autumn April and May.... continue reading ›
Mean monthly temperatures are lower than in tropical climates, dropping to about 50 °F (10 °C) in winter, while summer (June–July in North Africa, and December–January in Southern Africa) temperatures may sometimes exceed those of tropical climates. Clear blue skies are characteristic.... see more ›
Winter, occurring from December to February. The year's coldest months are December and January, when temperatures average around 10–15 °C (50–59 °F) in the northwest; temperatures rise as one proceeds towards the equator, peaking around 20–25 °C (68–77 °F) in mainland India's southeast.... see more ›
The seasons in the Northern Hemisphere are the opposite of those in the Southern Hemisphere. This means that in Argentina and Australia, winter begins in June.... read more ›
The overwhelming majority of the coldest places in the dead of summer are in the Northern Hemisphere, such as places in Greenland, Russia, and Canada. The outliers from the Southern Hemisphere include locations in Chile, South Africa, and Australia.... see more ›
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