In 1947, Snag, Yukon recorded a temperature of -83°F (-64°C) so low that sounds traveled 4 miles, causing people’s breath to turn to powder and fall to the ground and river ice to boom like gun shots.
There is a 109° F difference between the record high and record low for the month of February in Wichita, Kansas. Loma, Montana has the record for the largest 24 hour temperature change from -54 to 49 degrees. 103 degree change in 24 hours. Montana also holds the record for fastest/biggest temp change from -4 to 45 in TWO MINUTES.
The coldest temperature recorded was -144°F in Vostok Antartica. Humans can’t inhale air that cold for more than a few breaths—it would cause your lungs to hemorrhage. Russian scientists ducking out to check on the weather station would wear masks that warmed the air before they breath in.
With each degree of temperature rise, violence increases by up to 20%.
The highest observed temperature in the universe was briefly seen at the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. It’s magnitude was 7.2 trillion degrees Fahrenheit.
What is the coldest place in the world? It is a high ridge in Antarctica on the East Antarctic Plateau where temperatures in several hollows can dip below minus 133.6 degrees Fahrenheit (minus 92 degrees Celsius) on a clear winter night.
The temperature of cigarette smoke going into your lungs is 752 def F (400 deg C).