In Oymyakon, winter has come very early: On 10. September a new record: -14,8°C (!)

Already in the last articles, we were informed about early cold blasts across Northern Hemisphere snowing in Fuji, Japan, 25 days earlier than average /, snowing in Canada /; or frosts and cold weather in Europe /;;;

It appears, that winter season 2021 wants to come prematurely, because the next untraditionally strong coldwave appeared in Siberia – Oymyakon, Yakutsk, reported on 10. September 2021 a new daily record of temperature!

So cold in Oymyakon has never been in the period 2.-13. September in any year measured – the minimum temperature dropped to -14,8°C.

A record from the first 13 September days holds 1. September 1969 with only -15,1°C.

In August 2020, a similar coldwave, with almost -10°C appeared /report on our old webpage:

Extremely cold weather was reported from Delyankir, too, with a minimum temperature of only -14,4°C.

In the next period, a coldwave from Europe will be shifting above western half of Siberia /

While in Western Siberia, Mkweather Autumn 2021 and Winter 2021/2022 forecasts promise early and winter severe cold blasts, in Eastern Siberia should surprise mainly snow calamities and blizzards /;, which should hit Mongolia, NE China or Japan, too.

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