What's the lowest temperature ever recorded? Lately it's more than possible to acquire a precise measurement so anyone should trust the numbers. The answer lies in Antarctica, in 1983, with -89.2 ºC! Multiple people are experiencing now a cold winter but there's more to know. The population at this Soviet base in Antarctica could disagree about being that cold.
Without going to the poles, Asia went to -68 ºC or USA to -62 ºC. Africa, to -24 ºC. Europe -55 ºC. Interesting figures to remember and for taking measures at the same time!