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The lowest temperature in more than a hundred years was registered Friday in the Siberian region of Novosibirsk
The lowest temperature in more than a hundred years was registered Friday in the Siberian region of Novosibirsk, a representative of local weathermen said. Rinat Yagudin, a spokesman for the Novosibirsk Hydrometeorological Center, said thermometers showed 40.2 Celsius below zero (-40.36° Fahrenheit) in the morning, which beat the previous record of minus 40°C (-40° F) registered for the same day in 1901. The most severe temperature to have seized the Novosibirsk Region since records began the 1900s was minus 51. Temperatures dropped steeply in western Siberia on January 10 when cold atmospheric masses arrived from the north, bringing a temperature of minus 53°C to the neighboring Tomsk Region, which has since taken emergency measures after a string of accidents has affected transportation and vital infrastructure. However, Yagudin said temperature was expected to rise in the next few days.
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