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Eu ainda gostava de experimentar essa temperatura uma vez na vida. Tem a neve nos locais habituais mas nao está nada de especial. As temperaturas tem estado acima da media estas duas semanas e parece que vai continuar em Janeiro.

Há casos mais difíceis.

É preciso seguir a meteorologia mas certos locais da Lapónia Finlandesa por vezes chegam aos -30º/-35º...

The coldest day of winter is usually well after the winter solstice, at the end of January everywhere except the maritime islands and coastal regions, where the slower cooling of the sea delays the coldest period until the beginning of February. The coldest temperatures in winter are from -45°C to -50°C in Lapland and eastern Finland; from -35°C to -45°C elsewhere; and -25°C to -35°C over islands and coastal regions. The lowest temperature recorded in Helsinki is -34.3°C (1987). The lowest temperature recorded at any weather station in Finland as of 2010 is -51.5°C (1999).

... e hoje chegou aos -25º:

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Demora mais tempo mas até podes fazer a viagem quase toda de comboio.

Bem sei que queres é ter -40º na rua e >+16º em casa mas as coisas não funcionam assim :D
 
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Há casos mais difíceis.

É preciso seguir a meteorologia mas certos locais da Lapónia Finlandesa por vezes chegam aos -30º/-35º...



... e hoje chegou aos -25º:

9OkO7A9.png


Demora mais tempo mas até podes fazer a viagem quase toda de comboio.

Bem sei que queres é ter -40º na rua e >+16º em casa mas as coisas não funcionam assim :D
Pois ahaha eu ter assim a cidade parada dois ou tres dias com neve!
 

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Niagara falls FREEZES as wind chill drops as low as -89 DEGREES and 220MILLION prepare for a VERY chilly New Year's Eve
  • Americans will see morning low temperatures in the single digits or below zero for New Year's weekend
  • Parts of Niagara Falls froze in midair as the water was coming over the peak, leaving sparkling icicles
  • Atop Mount Washington, the Northeast's highest peak, the temperature has hit -34 degrees with a -89 degree wind chill
  • Weather observers tested the cold on the summit by pouring out boiling water, which turned into 'snow'
  • In Erie, Pennsylvania, a storm dumped more than 65 inches of snow in a span of four days
  • Forecasters warned of hypothermia and frostbite from arctic air settling in over the US and spreading east
  • In South Dakota, an 83-year-old woman died from exposure to the cold after crashing her car on Saturday


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Visitors take photos at Niagara Falls as water freezes in mid-air on the brink of Horseshoe Falls. More than 220million people face below freezing temperatures on Friday, as temperatures are expected to drop further as the New Year's weekend continues

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Though the conditions may be treacherous, gorgeous photos of places such as Niagara Falls show glittering frozen icicles and bright white snow piles almost make the arctic chill worth it

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About 220 million Americans will see morning low temperatures in the single digits or below zero heading into New Year's weekend

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The bitter temperatures have already been blamed for a handful of deaths and cancelled in long list of weekend celebrations

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An arctic wind chill has taken hold of much of the US west of the Rockies. In Erie, Pennsylvania, a storm dumped more than 65 inches of snow in a span of four days



Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...epare-chilly-New-Years-Eve.html#ixzz52llzGxrv
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