2 The Coldest Natural Temperature Ever Recorded
Have you ever thought it was cold and wondered how much colder it can get? Well the coldest temperature ever recorded on Earth was an absolute freezing minus 89.6 degrees Celsius (129.28 F) on 21 July 1983 in Vostok station in Antarctica.
So where it gets cold there must be snow, right? And The colder it gets the more snow there should be?
3 How Common Are Blizzards
Are snow storms, or blizzards common? In the US there are an average of 105 snow storms a year and they generally last from 2 to 5 days covering several states.