Siberian town records 100 degree F day — the hottest in Arctic history | The Extinction Protocol

Siberia — the land of black snow, blood rain and spontaneous solar eclipses — may have just set a dire new climate record. On Saturday (June 20), temperatures in the far-north town of Verkhoyansk broke 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius) for the first time, according to news reports. If verified, that makes Saturday’s high the hottest-ever temperature documented above the Arctic Circle, The Washington Post reported.

Siberian town records 100 degree F day — the hottest in Arctic history | The Extinction Protocol