Will the South Pole break negative 100 this year?


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The South Pole has reached negative 90 degrees fourteen times so far this year. The lowest being ‚-95 on June 14 and June 23. Can they break negative 100?

Here’s the temperatures for June:
http://www.wunderground.com/history/station/89009/2008/6/1/MonthlyHistory.html

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Astrolabe
13 years ago

odd since the north pole is expected to melt 🙁

Sparx
13 years ago

When was the last time it broke -100?

Astrolabe
13 years ago

you make a good point Matty

fragglecat
fragglecat
13 years ago

A dear friend of mine is currently working at the south pole station. It got to -98.7 this past week, but yeah, they are all wondering down there when they’ll hit -100 🙂 His monthly updates are fascinating. I can send you a link to subscribe if you are interested.

Sparx
12 years ago

It was -17 here this morning. Waaaaay too close to -100 for me!

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