Think were having a brutal winter? It is one of the most northern towns in the world. 7 Every once in a while the weather cooperates and it’ll be above freezing (32° F/ 0° C). Local Time and Weather Around the World Sort By: City Country Time Temperature Cities Shown: Capitals (215) Most Popular (143) Popular (356) Somewhat Popular (469) The city has an extreme continental type of climate. [citation needed]. From mid-November to mid-January, the sun doesn’t rise in Utqiaġvik, Alaska, formerly known as Barrow until 2016. 6 Plus, in the winter, fashion really isn’t a big part of life in the coldest city. Everyday Life In The World's Coldest City. TEH HAN LIN / Barcroft Media via Getty Images. THE ACTIVE TIMES ® IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF TRIBUNE PUBLISHING. For months, Utqiaġvik’s 4,000 residents experience what is known as a polar night, or a period of “night” that lasts longer than 24 hours. According to The Independent, wearing glasses outdoors can cause them to stick to the wearers face. Shrouded in Ice and Fog, This City Is the Coldest in the World With temperatures hovering around -40°F in the winter months, life in Yakutsk, Siberia, is dictated by the cold. With an extremely continental subarctic climate (Köppen climate classification: Dfd), Yakutsk has the coldest winter temperatures for any major city on Earth. Yakutia’s capital—Yakutsk—on the other hand, is home to over 280,000 people making it the coldest major city in the world. Located just a few hundred miles from the Arctic Circle, Oymyakon — the coldest city in the world — lies nestled deep in the Russian tundra. Hard to believe that this city is a port for it’s snow capped monuments and roads make it out to be arctic in nature. [13] Yakutsk is probably the largest and most populous city in the world with an average winter temperature of below −30 °C (−22 °F) degrees. Although winters are extremely cold and long – Yakutsk has never recorded a temperature above freezing between 10 November and 14 March inclusive – summers are warm and occasionally hot (though short), with daily maximum temperatures sometimes exceeding +30 °C (86 °F), making the seasonal temperature differences for the region the greatest in the world at 102 °C (184 °F). T… This place has a sub-arctic sort of weather which means that winters last for a long period of time and summers are very short. The city's connection to that highway is only usable by ferry in the summer, or in the dead of winter, by driving directly over the frozen Lena River, since Yakutsk lies entirely on its western bank, and there is no bridge anywhere in the Sakha Republic that crosses the Lena. 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Yakutsk has a distinct inland location, being almost 1,000 kilometres (620 mi) from the Pacific Ocean, which coupled with the high latitude means exposure to severe winters and also lack of temperature moderation. 8 But when summer comes, all the hellish weather we endured was absolutely worth it. Ürümqi is the 5th major coldest city and is located in the western part of China, in fact the most remote city in the world. Oymyakon, Sakha Republic, Russia. This complex brings in 2% of GDP of … The record low temperature of 80 °F (62 °C) was recorded. One of the world’s biggest collections of fossils of Woolly Mammoths is showcased in the city’s Melnikov Permafrost Institute Underground Laboratory. Located just a few hundred miles from the Arctic Circle, Oymyakon is the world’s coldest permanently settled area, nestled deep in the Russian tundra. In 2019, Winnipeg experienced one of the coldest winters in the city’s history. The country experiences an extreme continental climate with very cold winters and warm summers. The city is popular for its architecture and museums. Nearly 300,000 people live in Yakutsk, reputed to be the world’s coldest city. Июль 2001 г. The climate is quite dry, with most of the annual precipitation occurring in the warmest months, due to the intense Siberian High forming around the very cold continental air during the winter. In 2014, Yellowknife, Canada, was reported as the coldest and sunniest city in Canada. Опубликован: "Якутия", №243, 29 декабря 2004 г. M.K.Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk Extensive Air Shower installation, List of twin towns and sister cities in Russia, http://sakha.gks.ru/wps/wcm/connect/rosstat_ts/sakha/resources/a69a3d00450e021f9af8bede4cdebdf4/d2_042017.xls, "Вечная мерзлота и современный климат (geo.web.ru)". Ulaanbaatar is the coldest city in the world. [9] The Russian settlement of Yakutsk was founded in 1632 as an ostrog (fortress) by Pyotr Beketov. The bridge was to be toll-free for cars, with a toll for trucks.[27]. 6 The world’s largest landlocked country is transcontinental, Kazakhstan, is located in Asia and Europe. A highway bridge over the Lena in the Okrug had been scheduled to be built by the year 2020. (. Температура воздуха и осадки. In the dead of winter, the frozen Lena River makes for a passable highway for ice truckers using its channel to deliver provisions to far-flung outposts. [1] Within the framework of administrative divisions, it is, together with the settlement of Zhatay and eleven rural localities, incorporated as the city of republic significance of Yakutsk—an administrative unit with a status equal to that of the districts. Yakutsk is considered to be the coldest city in the world. There is also a branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, which contains, among other things, the Institute of Cosmophysical Research, which runs the Yakutsk Extensive Air Shower installation (one of the largest cosmic-ray detector arrays in the world), and the Melnikov Permafrost Institute, founded in 1960 with the aim of solving the serious and costly problems associated with construction of buildings on frozen soil. Average monthly temperatures in Yakutsk range from +19.5 °C (67.1 °F) in July to −38.6 °C (−37.5 °F) in January. [25] The bridge had originally been planned to be a dual-use railroad and highway bridge so the Amur Yakutsk Mainline, the North–South railroad being extended from the south, could connect the city with the East–West Baikal Amur Mainline. From November to March, negative-degree weather is the norm for Yakutsk’s 300,000 residents. On Feb. 2, 2019, temperatures dropped to a frigid minus 45. However, summer precipitation is not heavy since the moist southeasterly winds from the Pacific Ocean lose their moisture over the coastal mountains well before reaching the Lena valley. 2 Minute Read Paula Bronstein / Getty Images News via Getty Images. We checked out locations where subzero temperatures during the winter are the norm and annual average temperatures rarely rise above 40 degrees F. To determine the coldest temperatures, we gathered weather data from Accuweather, U.S. Закон №174-З №355-III от 30 ноября 2004 г. Eismitte is one of the coldest places in … [2] As an inhabited locality, Yakutsk is classified as a city under republic jurisdiction. None of them is a fully functioning city. For example, of cities in the world over a population of 500 000, Winnipeg has the coldest midwinter temperature. Astana is one of the coldest capital cities in the world, regularly experiencing average February temperatures of –15.9˚C (3.4˚F). Yakutsk is connected with Magadan by the Kolyma Highway. [11] The lowest temperature recorded in Yakutsk was −64.4 °C (−83.9 °F) on 5 February 1891 and the highest temperatures +38.4 °C (101.1 °F) on 17 July 2011 and +38.3 °C (100.9 °F) on 15 July 1942. Temperatures can average around minus 58 degrees F, and in January 2018, temps sank to a numbing 88 degrees below zero. Temperatures in February dropped to minus 27 degrees F. The average temperature in January is about minus 5 degrees F. South of Golmud is Tibet, a region of China best known as “the roof of the world” because of its towering peaks like the Himalayas. Although Ottawa doesn’t have the extreme chill of others on this list, the average January temperature of 13.6˚F makes this city one of the coldest in the world. Yakutsk is the largest city built on continuous permafrost,[10] and many houses there are built on concrete piles. But if you’re not a fan of cold weather, avoid visiting Fairbanks during the winter months. But if you’re visiting during the winter months, bundle up. Plenty of cities in Russia and Canada are known for their bone-chilling temperatures, but we highlighted cities that show just how chilly the world can really get. The average temperatures between December and February are below 10 degrees F. In Norway, hell does indeed freeze over. New Zealand photographer Amos Chapple made an expedition to the region to document the daily life of its inhabitants. Yakutia Airlines has its head office in the city.[17]. Locals and travelers alike can participate in winter activities like “smoosh racing,” (in which teams of four attach their shoes to one pair of skis and race) and toilet seat tossing. Ottawa, Canada. According to Accuweather, the average daily minimum temperature in January is minus 28 degrees F and the average high is minus 12 F. In 2015, a winter storm caused pipes to burst in the city, flooding the streets with water. [23][24] However, as of 2018, no decision to actually build the bridge has been taken. The traditional Yakut summer solstice festivities include a celebration of the revival and renewal of the nature, fertility and beginning of a new year. The minimum average temperature of Fairbanks in the coldest month is -16.9 degrees Fahrenheit (-27 Celsius). In winter, Yakutsk instead is between 35 °C (63 °F) and 40 °C (72 °F) colder than the mildest cities on similar latitudes in Scandinavia. Try your hand at cross-country skiing by trekking the 93 miles of trails in the Greenbelt area surrounding Ottawa. Yunus Okur/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images. The annual Ysyakh summer festival takes place the last weekend in June. Oymyakon is a 500-people settlement, while Verkhoyansk is a former camp for political prisoners. More than 750,000 people live in Winnipeg, the capital city of the province of Manitoba and one of the coldest cities in North America. In summer, it gets slightly warmer – on average, that’s −31.9 °C (−25.4 °F). 4 апреля 1992 г. Average temperatures in January rarely surpass 20 degrees F and often drop into the single digits. Yakutia’s capital—Yakutsk—on the other hand, is home to over 280,000 people making it the coldest major city in the world. Since 500 BC, this island destination has been a meeting place for the Inuit, and residents still follow a traditional way of life by hunting and fishing to spur the economy. 12/21 SLIDES © Espresso. Закона №641-З №177-IV от 29 декабря 2008 г «О внесении изменений в Закон Республики Саха (Якутия) "Об установлении границ территорий и о наделении статусом городского округа муниципальных образований Республики Саха (Якутия)"». Погода в Якутске. In 2008, International Falls, Minnesota, legally trademarked itself as the “Icebox of the Nation.” The city’s 6,000 residents have experienced winter temperatures as low as minus 55 degrees F. For 40 years, the city has hosted the Icebox Days Winter Festival. Happily, most winters don't come close to the bone-chilling -90 F/ -68 C temp of the remote village of Oymyakon in Russian Siberia, which is often known as the coldest city on Earth. This is the coldest place in the world, with a recorded temperature of -128 °F (-89.2 °C). Average temperatures in the winter months are in the negatives with the high for January averaging minus 22 degrees F. Arterra/Universal Images Group via Getty Images). On Feb. 3, 1947, Snag, Yukon, set the record for the coldest day in Canada’s history. The average temperature in January is minus 12 degrees F and can dip as low as 15 below. The hottest month in records going back to 1834 has been July 1894, with a mean of +23.2 °C (73.8 °F),[12] and the coldest, January 1900, which averaged −51.4 °C (−60.5 °F). The 2019 completion of a new rail line to the eastern bank of the Lena permitted the start of passenger rail services between Yakutsk and the rest of Russia. Yakutsk is the largest city built on continuous permafrost, and many houses there are built on concrete piles. Only 500 people live in Oymyakon, the coldest inhabitable city in the world. Ulaanbaatar’s 1 million residents brave sub-zero temperatures during the winter months each year. Верховный Совет Республики Саха (Якутия). While sunny and warm cities like San Diego have average temperatures above 60 degrees Fahrenheit in January, the average temperature in New York during the same month is a cold 39 degrees. Averaging -40°C, Yakutsk is home to 270,000 residents. Temperatures can average around minus 58 degrees F, and in January 2018, temps sank to a numbing 88 degrees below zero. The capital Astana is the second coldest national capital in the world with winter temperatures dropping between -30°C to -35°C (-22 to -31° F). The warm summers ensure that Yakutsk, despite its freezing winters, is far south of the tree line. At it’s marketplace, all the food comes ready… The three-day Harbin Ice Festival welcomes people from around the world for snow tours, ski trips, hikes and more. Fairbanks, which calls itself “the Golden Heart of Alaska,” is the US city with the coldest recorded temperature, a chilly -66 degrees Fahrenheit (-54 Celsius). Residents have embraced the city’s cold temperatures so much so that Harbin is home to one of the largest ice festivals in the world. Not far from Erzurum is Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, one of the oldest and largest markets in the world worth touring if you’re abroad. The average winter temperature here is minus 40 degree Celsius. The river is impassable for long periods of the year when it contains loose ice, when the ice cover is not thick enough to support traffic, or when the water level is too high and the river is turbulent with spring flooding. July temperatures soar to an above-normal average for this latitude, with the average being several degrees hotter than such more southerly Far East cities as Vladivostok or Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. A two-day drive away from Oymyakon is Yakutsk, the capital of Yakutia, in far northeastern Russia. Temperatures remain in the low single digits for most of the winter months with average January and February temperatures landing around 4 degrees F. VW Pics/Universal Images Group via Getty Images. In 1639, it became the center of a voyevodstvo. In 2020, with global heating thawing the ground, the Institute is measuring the rate at which the permafrost is thawing, which affects the city as well as the climate. cross seeing the northern lights off your bucket list. Yakutsk, Russia is the coldest city in the world 2020. Temperatures in the winter months are often below 0 degrees with January temps averaging around minus 42 degrees F. Over 9.5 million people live in Harbin, the capital of Heilongjiang, a northeastern province of China. That’s more than 150 degrees warmer than the winter temps. «Конституция (основной закон) Республики Саха (Якутия)», в ред. The average winter temperature here is … The city-factory has only one reason to exist: maintaining the biggest metallurgical and mines complex in the world. Вступил в силу со дня официального опубликования. Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post via Getty Images. Информационно-вычислительный центр ОАСУ РПО. Prospect Creek was named the coldest place in the United States. Average monthly temperatures in Yakutsk range from +19.5 °C (67.1 °F) in July to −38.6 °C (−37.5 °F) in January. Selcuk Uysal/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images. Travelers visiting Grand Forks, North Dakota, can attend live music festivals, stop by the local art museum or attend a local sports game. Yakutsk is also connected to other parts of Russia by Yakutsk Airport. [29], City under republic jurisdiction in Sakha Republic, Russia, Registry of the Administrative-Territorial Divisions of the Sakha Republic, Почта России. The concrete statue of a bull in the center of town marks the coldest temperature ever recorded in any inhabited place on earth. When they arrived they mixed with other indigenous Siberians in the area. The city has been recorded to experience a climate of -14 degrees Celsius in the months of January. This is life in the coldest city on Earth, where temperatures occupy -40°F territory throughout winter, according to National Geographic. Temperatures dropped to a bone-chilling minus 81 degrees F. Snag typically isn’t that cold, but it’s still freezing. Coldest City In The World 1. Founded in 1639 as a nomadic Buddhist monastic, this one of the coldest cities in the world is the capital and the largest city of Mongolia. *Administrative centers are shown in bold. The capital city of the province of Manitoba, Winnipeg is home to more than 715,000 people and is one of the coldest major cities in North America. Yellowknife is one of the best locations in the world to view the northern lights. M.K.Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University is situated in the city. Average highs hover in the mid-60s and 70s. In addition to the lack of sun, locals also endure chilly temperatures. Amos Chapple/Smithsonian Oymyakon's heating plant runs around the clock with an ever-present plume of smoke rising into the winter sky. Astana, Kazakhstan. Climate Data, The Weather Channel and the Norwegian Meteorological Institute among many others. About 1.3 million people live in this coldest city in the world. The remote village is generally considered the coldest inhabited area on Earth. In Inuktitut, the Inuit language spoken in Canada, Coral Harbour translates to “Salliq” or “large flat island in front of the mainland.” Located on Southampton Island, a small community of 891 people call the land home. The city is believed to be the coldest major city in the world with average January temperatures dropping as lows as –40.9 ˚C ( … It has a semi-arid climate and really doesn’t see too much snow. If you want to cross seeing the northern lights off your bucket list, Fairbanks, Alaska, is the perfect place to visit from late September to early April. There are several theaters in Yakutsk: the State Russian Drama Theater, named after A. S. Pushkin; the Sakha Theater, named after P. A. Oiyunsky; the Suorun Omoloon Young Spectator's Theater; and the State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater, named after D. K. Sivtsev. The two cities battled for the title for 20 years before International Falls won it back in 2008, but Fraser still has chilly temperatures worth noting. The July daytime temperatures are even hotter than some maritime subtropical areas. The average high temperature between December and February is only 22 degrees F and the average low is below 5 degrees F. Grand Forks’ population of 57,000 is buttressed by the University of North Dakota, home to one of the nation’s most beautiful college campuses. Here, the average January temperature is a bitter -76 degrees Fahrenheit (-60°c). Utqiaġvik is an expensive travel destination with round-trip flights priced upward of $500. Cost of the 3.2 kilometres (2.0 mi) bridge and its 10.9 kilometres (6.8 mi) of approaches was estimated at 63.7 billion Rubles (83 billion rubles including VAT [НДС]), of which a grant of 54.2 billion Rubles was to be provided, with the remainder to be sourced from investors. It is accompanied by national Yakut rituals and ceremonies, folk dancing, horse racing, Yakut ethnic music and singing, national cuisine, and competitions in traditional Yakut sports.[18]. And in January, Chicagoans experience average temperatures as low as 18 degrees. It is served by the Yakutsk Airport as well as the smaller Magan Airport. On Feb. 3, 1947, the temperature in Alaska’s largest city dropped to a record-low minus 38 degrees F. Anchorage’s 291,000 residents endure subzero temperatures more than 20 days out of the year and subfreezing temps 192 days out of the year. "Погода в Якутске - климатический монитор за январь 2001 года", http://www.pogodaiklimat.ru/monitor.php?id=24959&month=3, "The Punk Scene in Yakutsk, Russia Turns Isolation Into Inspiration", "Всероссийская перепись населения 2010. Its port on Russia’s Lena River is a source of the fish that fill markets—and stay rigidly cold in winter. Yakutsk is the capital city of Russia’s Sakha Republic and is located approximately 280 miles south of the Arctic Circle. The railroad reached the settlement of Nizhny Bestyakh, on the opposite bank of the Lena from Yakutsk, in November 2011.[26]. If you want to experience this beautiful country gully, take the Kazakhstan 7 Day Tou… [8] Yakutsk is also the largest city located in continuous permafrost. But even that temperature wasn’t as cold as Oymyakon can get. While summers are typically warm and sunny, winters are freezing. The average temp is minus 13 degrees F in the winter. In many places, the cold and snow can feel unbearable during the winter months. Temperatures dropped to an all-time low in 1933 to make the town the coldest permanently lived-in human settlement, according to Guinness World Records. Yakutsk is the capital of the Sakha Republic. But even that temperature wasn’t as … Population source:[22] [4], Divisional source:[21] Dudinka, a city in Russia, is located above the Arctic Circle. Touring the National Park Salkyn-Tor is one of the top things to do in Naryn, Kyrgyzstan, but if you’re a fan of visiting national parks, don’t make the mistake of not dressing warmly before this adventure. However given the fact that it’s at a higher elevation, and middle of the continent temperatures are quite severe in winter. It is a very small settlement approximately 180 miles north of present day Fairbanks and 25 miles southeast of present day Bettles, Alaska. If you live in a chilly city and daydream about packing your bags and heading to a warm destination to forget how cold you are, you’re probably not alone. 2. Coldest city in the world. «Об установлении границ территорий и о наделении статусом городского округа муниципальных образований Республики Саха (Якутия)», в ред. Winters are brutally cold and chilling in this capital city of Canada. The highway ends on the eastern bank of Lena in Nizhny Bestyakh (Нижний Бестях), an urban-type settlement of some four thousand people. Winter temperatures in this remote eastern Siberian city can drop to minus 50C. Oymyakon is a 500-people settlement, while Verkhoyansk is a former camp for political prisoners. Canadian Encyclopedia Coldest City In the World Cold Weather Superlatives Cold weather superlatives abound in Canada. With the Lena River navigable in the summer, there are various boat cruises offered, including upriver to the Lena Pillars, and downriver tours which visit spectacular scenery in the lower reaches and the Lena Delta. The Voivode of Yakutsk soon became the most important Russian official in the region and directed expansion to the east and south. The city has short, warm summers while winters are bitterly cold and dry. Known as "The Pole of Cold," Oymyakon is the coldest populated region on … When International Falls, Minnesota, failed to renew its title as the “Icebox of the Nation” in 1989, Fraser, Colorado, jumped on the opportunity to use the nickname for itself. For more than 25 years, the average high in January was 30 degrees F, while the lowest was minus 1.7 F. In the warmer months, Fraser is close to Buena Vista, home to one of the remaining retro drive-in movie theaters in America. Yakutsk has the coldest winter temperatures of any major city, with an average monthly temperature in January of -38.6C Facebook Twitter Pinterest Women … Erzurum is an eastern city in Turkey surrounded by mountains. Oymyakon is a two-day drive from Yakutsk, the regional capital which has the lowest winter temperatures of any city in the world. The city’s more than 18,000 residents brave the cold each winter. [28], At the primary and secondary levels, the city has a number of UNESCO Associated Schools, including the Sakha-Turkish College, Sakha-French School, Sakha-Korean School, and School #16. Yakutsk is located in the Central Yakutian Lowland and is a major port on the Lena River. [4] The settlement of Zhatay is not a part of Yakutsk Urban Okrug and is independently incorporated as Zhatay Urban Okrug. The new river bridge would be over 3 kilometers (1.9 mi) long and would be constructed 40 kilometers (25 mi) upriver at Tabaga, where the river narrows and does not create a wide flooded area in spring. Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images. Yakutsk is a destination of the Lena Highway. But there are cities around the world where the word freezing is an understatement and temperatures above 50 degrees F are only a wish. Located at the northern tip of Alaska and 320 miles north of the Arctic Circle, temperatures are often well below 0 degrees F. On Jan. 11, 1975, the city experienced its coldest day in history with a high of minus 56.9 degrees F. If you’re hoping to visit the city, be prepared to spend a fair amount of cash. Golmud’s annual average temperature is a chilly 40 degrees F, and winter temps have dropped as low as minus 28. 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