Russia and Eastern Europe

Russia and the Former Soviet States

How cold is Siberia

Siberia holds the record for the world’s lowest temperature outside of Antarctica. On February 6, 1933, the temperature reached -90 degrees Fahrenheit in Oimyakon, Russia. During the winter, almost all of Siberia has extremely cold temperatures, often reaching -50 degrees Fahrenheit.


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