Wed. Dec 7th, 2022

It’s not news that this country is cold, but right now 11 of the top 15 coldest places in the world are actually in Canada. Brrr!

The site WX-Now keeps a running list of the coldest places in the world, and Canada has a lot of representation on it.

Maybe all those jokes about Canada being a giant frozen tundra aren’t as far off as we like to think they are.

Topping the list is Shepherd Bay, Nunavut, which is currently sitting at an eye-watering -38 C. If that’s too frigid, don’t worry, because the number two slot, Eureka, is a whole 2 degrees warmer at -36 C.

After those two Canadian spots is Crane Lake, Minnesota, sitting at around -36 C. As a matter of fact, most of the list flip-flops between places in Canada’s territories and Minnesota, U.S.

It’s not surprising, either, that after a week or so of terrible weather, a few spots in Ontario also made the list. This includes Wawa (-34 C) and Sioux Lookout (-33 C), taking the 8th and 10th spots, respectively.

W

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *