-119F : Coldest September Temperature Ever Recorded On Earth?

The temperature today at Vostok, Antarctica is -119F, which may be the coldest September surface temperature ever recorded on this planet.

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The all time coldest temperature was -129F during July of 1983.

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18 Responses to -119F : Coldest September Temperature Ever Recorded On Earth?

  1. Blade says:

    I think it was the Weather Channel that had a segment Friday showing the new hottest temperature ever – Death Valley.

    Supposedly beating 1911 or something. Who knows, I don’t believe a word they say anymore.

  2. Eric Simpson says:

    Holy cow. And I thought winter was over down there.

  3. omnologos says:

    Difference between min and max is only 208 times the .7C of increase that spell out “death”

  4. Sparks says:

    Apparently that’s what anthropogenic CO2 does. you know, give earth a temperature! or some shit like that. Who knows, I can’t make sense of it!

  5. joe from Australia says:

    Now that would very much freeze the balls of a brass monkey

  6. MikeTheDenier says:

    I guess with the such warmcold the global sea ice is surely doomed.

  7. maguro says:

    Yeah, but it would’v been -120.5 if not for global warming.

  8. Marc77 says:

    When you think about it, Antarctica could be the best place to study the effect of CO2. The pollution does not go there too much. The amount of water vapor is not too high. It is “fully isolated” from the rest of the planet. The only problem is the cooling…

  9. Morgan in Sweden says:

    Seems like it is not, but close, coldest September seems to be 121,7 degree F (85,4 degree C)

    But looking at the Oktober low (which are much higher) it might be the coldest 16 of September ever recorded.

  10. tckev says:

    It’s coldest 16 September ever recorded this century and this millennia.

  11. So uh is it global warming or an ice age? wtf i’m confused.

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