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Old 12-25-2016, 07:07 AM
 
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Climatologie de l'année 2006 à Aleksandrovskoe - Infoclimat

you can really tell that month was exceptionally cold. a mean of -34.7C. second coldest month i could find since then averaged -27.7C
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Old 12-25-2016, 07:25 AM
 
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Snow tonight?
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Old 12-25-2016, 07:26 AM
 
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Old 12-25-2016, 08:04 AM
 
Location: 64'N Umeå, Sweden - The least bad Dfc
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Januari 2006 - Bister kyla i Sibirien - Rekordmilt på Svalbard*| SMHI

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Even harsher winter weather prevailed in Siberia. The largest temperature deficits were found just east of the Ural Mountains. The stations Aleksandrovskoe and Kolpasevo the Ob River had an average of 14 ° colder than normal.

Farther south in Asia swung between cold weather and mild periods. As far south as New Delhi in India, the temperature dropped to 0 ° at the beginning of the month. In Japan, it was in some places a record snowfall. The greatest depth of snow, 393 cm, was reported from Tsunan the fifth


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Januari 2016 - Kallt i Nordosteuropa men mest milt i resten av världen*| SMHI

The month was mild or very mild with surpluses in parts of both the Russian and Canadian Arctic was 10-15 degrees above normal. On the small island of Ostrov Vize located between Franz Josef Land and Severnaya Zemlya was excess temperature about 17 degrees above the normal value.
Ok, but the places we've mentioned earlier have had 38'C colder than average and 30'C warmer than average though
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Old 12-25-2016, 08:07 AM
 
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i was talking about monthly deviations.
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Old 12-25-2016, 08:10 AM
 
Location: 64'N Umeå, Sweden - The least bad Dfc
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i was talking about monthly deviations.
Oh, I'm sorry
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Old 12-25-2016, 05:02 PM
 
Location: Sydney, Australia
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How much has climate changed affected your city and what has it done (hotter temps, colder temps, more/less snow or rain, etc?)
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Old 12-25-2016, 08:58 PM
 
Location: Leeds, UK
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How much has climate changed affected your city and what has it done (hotter temps, colder temps, more/less snow or rain, etc?)
Flooding events seem more common.

Snow and frost are not as frequent as they used to be.

Getting the warmest year on record seems to happen fairly often.

Spring and autumn have warmed more than winter and summer. We've had the warmest autumn and spring in the past 5 years, but the warmest winter dates back to the 1800s and the warmest summer was 1976. 205-16 was the 2nd warmest winter on record though and was only around 0.1C cooler than the warmest. December 2015 was astonishingly mild.
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Old 12-26-2016, 02:42 AM
 
Location: 64'N Umeå, Sweden - The least bad Dfc
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How much has climate changed affected your city and what has it done (hotter temps, colder temps, more/less snow or rain, etc?)
4/5 or 3/4 of our last Christmases have been snow free. Average arrival of spring used to be 11th of April. Both 2013 and 2014 saw spring in late February, and snow cover often lasted until the beginning of May, but that hasn't happened in ten or so years. It's often melted away in the beginning of March lately. Much more warm winter days, December isn't a white month anymore, and sunshine has increased by 0.5% each year since like a hundred years ago or something like that. Rainfall has increased by perhaps 10-20% since 1961-1990 even so. Summers are also slightly warmer and longer.

Personally, I really enjoy the warming effects around here. I'm very indifferent towards snow anyway.
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Old 12-26-2016, 04:10 AM
 
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My estimates:

Number of people who live in a place with -18 °C or lower as an average low in the coldest month: around 98,000,000
Average high below 16 °C in the warmest month: 1,200,000
Average high below -1 °C and average low below -11 °C in January, average high above 25 °C and average low above 11 °C in July: 181,000,000
Average high below 0 °C in the coldest month: 402,000,000

Top 10 coldest summers:

1) Longyearbyen, Svalbard, High: 7.0 °C
2) Dikson, Russia, High: 7.2 °C
3) Resolute, Nunavut, High: 7.3 °C
4) Arctic Bay, Nunavut and Qaanaaq, Greenland, High: 7.4 °C
5) Barrow, Alaska, High: 8.3 °C
6) Uelen, Russia, High: 9.4 °C
7) Nuuk, Greenland, High: 9.9 °C
8) Pond Inlet, Nunavut, High: 10.5 °C
9) Enurmino, Russia, High: 10.8 °C
10) Qaqortoq, Greenland, High: 11.1 °C

The two hottest climates (by average highs in the hottest month) by continent:

Antarctica:

San Martín Base, Antarctica 4.2 °C
Comandante Ferraz, Antarctica 4.3 °C

South America:

Rivadavia, Argentina 35.8 °C
Valledupar, Colombia: 36.6 °C

Europe:

Seville, Spain 36.0 °C
Córdoba, Spain 36.9 °C

Australia:

Nanutarra, Australia 41.3 °C
Marble Bar, Australia 41.6 °C

Asia:

Kuwait City, Kuwait 46.7 °C
Omidiyeh, Iran: 47.0 °C

North America:

Bullhead City, Arizona 44.4 °C
Furnace Creek, California 46.9 °C

Africa:

In Salah, Algeria 46.4 °C
Reggane, Algeria 46.9 °C

The cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants with average lows below -18 °C in January in North America:

Grande Prairie, Alberta
Fort McMurray, Alberta
Saguenay, Quebec
Thunder Bay, Ontario
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Regina, Saskatchewan
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Grand Forks, North Dakota
St. Cloud, Minnesota

Cities with more than 20,000 inhabitants with average highs below -10 °C in January in North America:

Whitehorse, Yukon
Fairbanks, Alaska
Val d'Or, Quebec
Fort McMurray, Alberta
Timmins, Ontario
Saguenay, Quebec
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Brandon, Manitoba

Cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants with average highs below -5 °C in January North America:

Anchorage, Alaska
Grande Prairie, Alberta
Edmonton, Alberta
Fort McMurray, Alberta
North Bay, Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Saguenay, Quebec
Duluth, Minnesota
Sherbrooke, Quebec
Greater Sudbury, Ontario
Quebec City, Quebec
Trois-Rivieres, Quebec
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Regina, Saskatchewan
Winnipeg, Manitoba
Ottawa, Ontario
Montreal, Quebec
Grand Forks, North Dakota
St. Cloud, Minnesota
Fargo, North Dakota

Cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants with average highs above 35 °C in July in North America:

Merida, Yucatan
Culiacan, Sinaloa
Guamuchil, Sinaloa
Los Mochis, Sinaloa
Navojoa, Sonora
Ciudad Obregon, Sonora
Hermosillo, Sonora
Indio, California
Reynosa, Tamaulipas
Yuma, Arizona
Montemorelos, Nuevo Leon
Riverside, California
Mexicali, Baja California
San Bernardino, California
Phoenix, Arizona
Laredo, Texas
Tucson, Arizona
Lake Havasu City, Arizona
Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
New Braunfels, Texas
Austin, Texas
Victorville, California
Palmdale, California
Waco, Texas
Lancaster, California
Las Vegas, Nevada
Bakersfield, California
Dallas, Texas
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua
Modesto, California
Redding, California
Fresno, California
Fort Worth, Texas
Wichita Falls, Texas
St. George, Utah
Henderson, Nevada
Lawton, Oklahoma

A few cities above 50,000 inhabitants in Northern Africa with average highs above 40 °C in July:

Luxor, Egypt
Aswan, Egypt
Adrar, Algeria
Ouargla, Algeria
Touggourt, Algeria
El Oued, Algeria
Bechar, Algeria
Biskra, Algeria
Ghardaia, Algeria
El Guerrara, Algeria

Cities with more than 20,000 inhabitants with average highs above 35 °C in January in the Southern Hemisphere:

La Rioja, Argentina
Alice Springs, Australia
Valledupar, Colombia
Mount Isa, Australia

Cities with more than 20,000 inhabitants with average low below 0 °C in July in the Southern Hemisphere:

Neuquen, Argentina
Canberra, Australia
Malargue, Argentina
Esquel, Argentina
San Martin de los Andes, Argentina
Bariloche, Argentina
Rio Gallegos, Argentina
El Calafate, Argentina
Rio Grande, Argentina
Punta Arenas, Chile
Ushuaia, Argentina

Cities with more than 10,000 inhabitants with average high below 10 °C in July in the Southern Hemisphere:

El Bolson, Argentina
Queenstown, New Zealand
Esquel, Argentina
San Martin de Los Andes, Argentina
Bariloche, Argentina
Oamaru, New Zealand
Rio Gallegos, Argentina
Puerto Montt, Chile
Invercargill, New Zealand
Ancud, Chile
Quellon, Chile
Coyhaique, Chile
Rio Grande, Argentina
Punta Arenas, Chile
Ushuaia, Argentina

Coldest summer highs for cities with more than 10,000 people:

Nuuk, Greenland: 9.9 °C
Tórshavn, Faroe Islands: 13.1 °C
Reykjavík, Iceland: 13.3 °C
Ushuaia, Argentina: 13.9 °C
Punta Arenas, Chile: 14.3 °C
Hammerfest, Norway: 14.7 °C
Magadan, Russia: 15.0 °C
Tromsø, Norway: 15.3 °C
Anadyr, Russia: 15.6 °C
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Russia: 15.9 °C

A lot more coming soon
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