How could you define weather? We can determine whether the specific region’s atmosphere changes in a state, such as heat, dryness, rainfall, sunshine, and cold. You have also witnessed these climate changes from time to time. Most importantly, all living organisms have adapted to the sudden change in weather, and their shift has its uniqueness that would be unmatched by each other. Now, we will have a small talk about a particular season.
We know that the winter season is recorded just after the autumn season, and winter weather has its uniqueness and is forged in colder days. Moreover, this weather might be your beloved season. This cold weather also includes a bone-chilling atmosphere and frosty wind throughout the season. And, the weather condition appeals you to carry extra layers of jackets. The word winter originated from an old Germanic word, and its meaning is the time of water that refers to high latitudes of rain and snow. Despite this, now you have clarity about the winter season. But have you ever thought about the coldest dates till now in the history of winter climate? Probably not. Well, you can feel it, and today we are going to list the top 5 coldest days recorded till now. Let’s make shimmering through this article.
Sudan is one of the countries in Northeast Africa that is also known as the Republic of Sudan. Most interestingly, this country is one of the largest countries in the African continent. The country is probably known for its pyramids and retains over 200 pyramids in the entire. Despite being a heritage site, this region has recorded the coldest days, i.e., December 1961 to January 1962. In this period, the average temperature would be -1.0 degrees Celcius. Also knowns as the fifth coldest day in the entire region.
Algeria is a North African country known as the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria. Moreover, the country shares its boundaries with Tunisia, Libya, Niger, and Western Sahara. The country is famous for its rich culture and hospitality; alongside, you’ll find prestigious theatres, museums, and public gardens. Most interestingly, the country is fourth in the queue that has witnessed the coldest days with a temperature of -13.8 degrees Celcius. These cold days lay on January 28, 2005.
Botswana is a Southern African country known as the Republic of Botswana. The Kalahari Desert landlocks 70% of this country, and it shares its borders with South Africa, Namibia, and Zimbabwe. The country has also recorded bone-chilling temperatures of -15 degrees Celcius, and this temperature will surely make your body frozen.
Canada is a country that lies in North America. Whether it is the northern lights or the beauteous beaches, the country retains endless series of unmatched experiences. Moreover, the elegant land of Canada offers you the coldest days as well, and it is recorded that the country witnessed -63 degrees Celcius temperature on February 3, 1947.
Greenland is one of the island countries in the Kingdom of Denmark and is situated in the Arctic and Atlantic oceans. The county retains the coldest temperature with -69.6 degrees Celcius. So, if you are heading to this country, don’t forget to pack some extra layers of clothes.
Now, you probably know the coldest day and its specific region.