Wednesday October 18, 2023

Question: What’s the coldest inhabited place on Earth?

Answer: In northeastern Siberia, the towns of Verkhoyansk and Oimekon saw temperatures of minus 90 degrees Fahrenheit in 1892 and 1933 respectively. For comparison, the absolute coldest place on Earth is the East Antarctic Shelf, with a record low of minus 136 degrees on Aug. 10, 2010.