Never has been so cold on 4. December!
Yukon, northwestern Canada reported in the last hours anomalously cold temperatures, with daily records.
Daily records were overcome in Alaska and Hawaii, too.
In Pelly Ranch (Fort Selkirk), Yukon, only -46,0°C was on 4. December 2021 measured.
Mayo reported -44,9°C, Dawson -44,3°C, and Old Crow -43,8°C.
Anomalously cold weather is still persisting in Scandinavia and in the Kola Peninsula, Russia, such as in Thailand, while very warm is in Kazakhstan, Congo, and Mozambique regions in Africa and still in parts of Western USA.
Outlook expects an Arctic outbreak above large parts of Canada, northern USA, and even Midwest and Northeast in the next week – to forecasts for Midwest and Northeast we will look at the next Mkweather article.
Information about Winter 2021/2022 forecast for North America you will find here: https://mkweather.com/winter-2021-2022-forecast-for-northern-hemisphere/.
An absolute peak of winter is forecasted in the USA and Canada around February 2022 and gradually, frosts below -50°C and -55°C should appear in northern Canada or Alaska.