Extreme temperature contrast on January 18, 2019: +48.3°C (118.9°F) in Tibooburr (Australia) and -57.5°C (-71.5°F) in Delyankir (Russia)


What was the deepest and the warmest temperature on January 18, 2019? It was +48.3°C (118.9°F) in Tibooburr (New South Wales, Australia) and -57.5°C (-71.5°F) in Delyankir (Yakutia, Russia). That’s an amazing 108°C (190.4°F) temperature contrast!

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Insane temperature contrast on January 18, 2019.

Australia is currently hit by an intense heatwave, while an arctic blast is sweeping across Yakutia.

Be ready!

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  1. As I’ve mentioned before, the coldest place on the Earth is in Siberia where the new Magnetic North Pole has moved this year. Right now, there are 2 Magnetic North Poles, one in North Canada and One in Siberia. Observatory researcher said the Magnetic North Pole in Siberia has more magnetic power than one in Canada. That means now is the transition time that Magnetic North Pole is moving or jumping from Canada to Siberia. The one in Canada might be disappeared soon, and only the one in Siberia might be remain. That means the Magnetic North Pole is moving radically or jumping one place to another. We might see the axis of the Earth shift soon with Mega Earthquakes and Mega Tsunami.

    “The location of the north magnetic pole appears to be governed by two large-scale patches of magnetic field, one beneath Canada and one beneath Siberia,” University of Leeds geomagnetist Phil Livermore told a recent American Geophysical Union meeting. “The Siberian patch is winning the competition.”

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