China’s North Pole – where record low temperatures plunge to -53CPosted: January 28, 2023 Filed under: Climate Change Leave a comment
CO2, locked up, doin’ time with the Uyghur’s. Clearly.
Beiji Village in Mohe, China’s northernmost city [image credit : china.org.cn] The reporter here says it’s ‘so cold it feels uncomfortable in your lungs’ then goes on to speculate on possible/imagined links to global warming aka climate change. ‘Research suggests’…etc. The freezing cold air coming south from Siberia gets billed as an ‘extreme weather event’.
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Mohe is known as China’s North Pole for a good reason, says Sky News.
It is the country’s most northern city and is a very, very cold place.
It’s difficult to describe what temperatures this low feel like.
On Sunday it hit -53C, a new low for the coldest temperature recorded in the country since modern monitoring began.
The National Meteorological Centre confirmed the previous record of -52.3C, set in 1969, had been beaten.
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