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Canada's Temperature Drops To -51.9°C, And Is Said To Be The Coldest Day Since 2017.

Canada's Temperature Drops To -51.9°C, And Is Said To Be The Coldest Day Since 2017.

Temperatures are tumbling frighteningly low all across Western Canada and have dropped to almost -51.9°C in the past week and it is said to be the coldest day since March 2017. The weather and winds feel like -60's and the residents are extremely perplexed by the situation.

Canada already has low temperatures in winters and the winds multiply it over. Recently, the coldest day since 2017 was observed and people claim that the winds and the weather felt much more than what was actually recorded.

 

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A prominent lobe of the polar vortex settled over Western Canada and that led to making it to the coldest Canadian temperatures since the past three years. Many areas had to shut off schools due to the extreme weather conditions.

 

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Temperatures were actually tumbling frighteningly low across Western Canada and some regions felt like -60 with the wind chill.

 

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It was so chilly and freezing on the past weekend that even the most sophisticated and accurate satellites were confused and caused them to pick up the ground levels to be freezing cloud-tops.

 

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The extreme weather conditions are making it hard for the residents to reside. As the professionals said that these winds are expected to stay and will remain just as bitterly cold throughout the week.

Read more: A city in Germany Installs sleeping Pods for Homeless people To Escape Harsh Weather.

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