A new 2022 world’s lowest temperature was set on April 14 at the Vostok Station (3 420 m / 11 220 feet) in Antarctica.
The temperature dropped to -76.8 °C (-106.2 °F), a rare temperature for mid-April, said climatologist Maximiliano Herrera.
Featured image credit: Michael Studinger/Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
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