[Data from @ECMWF ERA5 reanalysis] pic.twitter.com/ssAHCuBvRo. Writing on Twitter, the Russian state weather authority said: "In Verkhoyansk from June 18 to June 28, 2020, the maximum temperature exceeded 86° F… with a peak on June 20 to 100.4°. A Siberian town that endures the world's widest temperature range has recorded a new high amid a hear wave that is contributing to severe forest fires. Annual Weather Averages in Verkhoyansk. This new study by Kaufman validates work on past temperature reconstructions, like the now famous "hockey stick" graphic from Dr. Michael Mann, the director of the Earth System Science Center at Penn State University. Ice that has broken off from the Eqip Sermia Glacier, also called the Eqi Glacier, drifts past shore during unseasonably warm weather on August 1, 2019 at Eqip Sermia, Greenland, about 350 km north of the Arctic Circle. Mann said the new study lends even more evidence to how quickly humankind is reshaping Earth's climate. Recommended to you based on your activity and what's popular • Feedback Verkhoyansk, with a population of 1,000 people, is also the coldest place on Earth, having recorded a record low temperature of -90.04F (-67.8C). The heat with this next wave of hot weather will partially move into Michigan from the north, an odd direction for a hot spell from which to move. That's 40+ degrees F above normal. The average annual temperature for Verkhoyansk is −14.5 °C (5.9 °F). The Verkhoyansk weather station, whose record low was tumbled by the discovery from the archives, showed a temperature of 38C on 20 June this year, which the WMO is now considering as a … Labe is amazed by the impact. Next is the high temperature forecast for Monday, June 29, 2020. Subscribe to MLive.com. https://t.co/oXB4Lw2gXu. He explained, "The 'handle' of the hockey stick just gets longer and longer with each new study and indeed there is a hint that current warmth now might be unprecedented since at least the last interglacial period more than a hundred thousand years ago. The temperature in Verkhoyansk hit 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday. It was the previous Guinness World Records holder for a low temperature of -90°F … High temperature forecast for Monday, June 29, 2020. So far in 2020, three cities in South Florida, including Miami, have experienced 121 record warm temperatures and only one record cold reading. For the study released Tuesday, a team of scientists affiliated with an international paleoclimate collaboration called PAGES (Past Global Changes), analyzed data spanning thousands of years into the past. Note the 5σ deviation in northwestern Siberia, would be a 1 in 100000 year event for a normal distribution of anomalies without climate change. Temperature anomalies in May 2020, expressed as standard deviations from the average 1981-2010 in the @CopernicusECMWF #ERA5 reanalysis. Verkhoyansk is typically one of the coldest spots on Earth. But that is no longer accurate. Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town in Sakha Republic, Russia, is one of the coldest inhabited places on earth. That's 40 to 45 degrees above normal. Now global temperatures have risen about 2 degrees Fahrenheit above that baseline, leading to the conclusion that Earth is currently warmer than that warm period 6,500 years ago. Verkhoyansk: The city with the highest temperature range. © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved. It's just... wow ---> Western Siberia temperature anomalies averaged since December. Ten days after that record was set, the heat wave still persists. pic.twitter.com/n87VwaoQav, The staggering pace of warming in the Arctic is causing systemic changes. Verkhoyansk currently holds the Guinness World Record for the greatest temperature range on earth - fluctuating from minus 68C to a high of 37.3C. All rights reserved (About Us). FDA authorizes Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, SCOTUS rejects Texas bid to overturn election results in 4 states, Feds to buy additional 100 million doses of Moderna vaccine, Why some Black Americans are skeptical of a COVID-19 vaccine, Biden, Harris introduce team who will "deliver immediate relief", FKA twigs sues Shia LaBeouf over alleged sexual assault, Mayor slams U.S. The longer the heat dome lasts, the more it feeds back on itself, intensifying the heat wave. Prior to the starting point of the study 12,000 years ago, the Earth was engulfed in an Ice Age. Connect with your community. (Olga Burtseva via AP)AP. Experts have frequently described that imbalance by saying that the Arctic is warming at twice the rate of the global average. On Saturday, the Siberian settlement of Verkhoyansk reached its highest ever temperature of … Dr. Michael Mann is arguably one of the world's most respected climate scientists. This is 105.8 degrees Celsius colder than its just-recorded all-time record high. On Tuesday, a town in the Sakha Republic, 450 miles north-northwest of Verkhoyansk, and also 450 miles north of the Arctic Circle steps from the Arctic Ocean's Laptev Sea, hit an astonishing 93 degrees Fahrenheit. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement, Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement, and Your California Privacy Rights (each updated 1/1/20). ", First published on July 1, 2020 / 12:11 PM. In this handout photo provided by Olga Burtseva, children play in the Krugloe lake outside Verkhoyansk, the Sakha Republic, about 4660 kilometers (2900 miles) northeast of Moscow, Russia, Sunday, June 21, 2020. "The upcoming pattern looks particularly hostile for areas closer to the central Arctic Ocean. A Russian mining company has cited the shifting permafrost for a 20,000 ton spill of diesel fuel. Now that temperature record has been verified by Russia's state weather authority. June-2020 in Verkhoyansk...became the warmest in history.". Temperatures in Verkhoyansk (67ø33'N, 133ø23'E) have ranged 105degC 188degF, from -68øC-90øF to 37øC 98øF. This has led to extensive efforts to study past climates in order to help put the current warming into context. In 2018 he published a study about a summer phenomenon he calls quasi-resonant amplification (QRA) in which atmospheric waves and jet streams tend to slow down or even get stuck, leading to a blocked pattern. And while it's not uncommon for patterns to set up shop for extended periods of time due to natural cycles, this tenacity is extraordinary, to say the least. A town in Siberia has recorded the highest temperature in the Arctic's known history, hitting 38 degrees Celsius.. Verkhoyansk, found just inside the Arctic Circle at … This weekend a town in Siberia warmed to 100.4° F, which broke the previous record high of 98.9° F. The Siberian town of Verkhoyansk had never eclipsed 100 degrees. And in Norway, due to a stretch of unusual warmth well into the 80s, people are skiing on glaciers in bathing suits. Verkhoyansk is just 800 miles south of the North Pole. The preliminary all-time record of 38.0 °C (= 100.4 °F) at Verkhoyansk in Siberia, Russia could be the new hottest place on record within the Arctic Circle. This will contribute to the formation of melt ponds (water) overtop of the sea ice, which can accelerate declines in sea ice extent later in the summer," explains Labe. pic.twitter.com/29u87uJ88o, Zack Labe, a postdoc in the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University and an expert on Arctic climate, told CBS News that while he is concerned by the recent heat, he is more unnerved by its staying power. Boston medical conference led to 300,000 COVID-19 cases, Biden facing pressure to pick Rep. Deb Haaland as Interior Secretary, Biden to nominate Tai for trade rep and McDonough for veterans affairs, Second gentleman to teach entertainment law at Georgetown, Biden introduces his pick to lead Defense Department, NAACP calls on Biden to appoint a racial equity adviser, Biden to nominate Marcia Fudge to lead HUD, Biden vows to distribute 100 million vaccine doses within first 100 days, Climate extremes: Dust cloud & Arctic heat. The outline around the Lansing area on the map below shows how much area 680,000 acres would cover over Michigan. The brownish colors along to Manitoba and Ontario areas along Hudson Bay could have high temperatures around 100° F toward the end of June. This town holds the Guinness World Record of having the highest temperature range in the world. Temperature records in Verkhoyansk date to 1885. High Temp: 72 °F. "In response to the recent heat wave, the extent of Arctic sea has dropped like a rock in the Laptev Sea and the entire Siberian coastline. … Since that high point 6,500 years ago, the record shows the globe was steadily cooling. The extended Siberian heat wave is due to an usually persistent high pressure system, which more or less has remained stuck over Russia since December. Based on weather reports collected during 2005–2015. Less than two weeks ago, the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk soared to 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, appearing to break an all-time record for the Arctic … Jeff Berardelli is CBS News' meteorologist and climate specialist. But in 2020, it has been the region’s wildly high temperatures and wildfires that have wowed meteorologists.. After several months of warm weather, the Russian town of Verkhoyansk reported a daytime temperature of 38°C (100.4°F) on June 20—likely a record high for the town. This effect is most pronounced with more warming. Simply put, as average temperatures increase, extreme heat days become even more prominent. The name of the graphic comes from its resemblance to a hockey stick showing a vertical leap in temperatures at the very end of the past 1,000-year temperature record. Temperatures in the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk hit 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday, according to public-facing weather data. Michigan’s temperatures are expected to be much warmer than normal as we head toward July 1. The new record eclipses previous records held by Russia, where a temperature of minus 90 F at the Russian sites of Verkhoyansk (February 1892) and Oymyakon (January 1933) held the record for lowest-recorded temperature in the Northern Hemisphere. For a full list of record titles, please use our Record Application Search. This is 105.8 degrees Celsius colder than its just-recorded all-time record high. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. U.S. to shatter record for billion-dollar climate disasters in 2020, "Extraordinary" rate of change as the Arctic warms, NOAA says, Americans in need of emergency disaster housing surged in 2020, Australia's Great Barrier Reef status lowered to "critical", 2020 on track to be one of the 3 warmest years on record, California Privacy/Information We Collect. 93 F right near the Arctic Ocean. Many of the places that experience record low temperatures lie at high latitudes. Temperatures exceeded 38C in the Russian town of Verkhoyansk on 20 June, the highest temperature ever recorded north of the Arctic circle. There may be an additional impact from climate change. Less than two weeks ago, the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk soared to 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, appearing to break an all-time record for the Arctic and alarming meteorologists worldwide. Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town located 3,000 miles east of Moscow, Russia, reached 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday, breaking the record high temperature for the Arctic Circle and Siberia -- … On 20 June 2020, Verkhoyansk recorded a temperature of +38.0 °C (100.4 °F), yielding a temperature range of 105.8 °C (190.4 °F) based on reliable records, which is the greatest temperature range in the world. It's more like 3 times the global mean. It was the previous Guinness World Records holder for a low temperature of -90°F and now a high temperature of 100.4° F. Most places in Michigan have a 130 temperature swing from coldest to warmest temperature records. Verkhoyansk once plunged to minus 67.8 degree Celsius - minus 90 degrees Fahrenheit - on Feb. 5 and 7, 1892.. The Arctic warming is getting a lot of attention this week, but I keep seeing references to the warming being twice as fast as the global mean, and that's not right. The melting of permafrost, which is continuously frozen ground, has been blamed for ground shifting. Quite the extreme event! The world's lowest temperature record, of minus 128.6 F on July 21, 1983, is still held by Antarctica. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local. It's clear that human-caused climate change plays a significant role in boosting the intensity of heat waves. In other words, if hypothetically you were able to live in that area for 100,000 years, statistically speaking you should only experience such an extreme period of temperatures one time. Copyright © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved. But that all changed abruptly in the past 150 years when, in that short time, humans have more than reversed thousands of years of cooling. All records listed on our website are current and up-to-date. It's the planet's northernmost 100-degree reading ever recorded. Now Verkhoyansk sets a new record for the city with the biggest temperature swings. The study used a variety of geological clues and statistical analysis methods to reconstruct ancient temperature estimates. Temperatures in peak winter season are as low as –45 degrees Celsius. Fifteen-year-old Ayal is the last of his siblings still living with his mother in the small village of Verkhoyansk, in the east of Russia. Eastern Siberia is famous for some of the coldest wintertime temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere. Therefore, one could infer that temperatures are warmer today than they have been since before that Ice Age began, about 120,000 years ago. … Marshal for "uninformed" statement on shooting. Areas in the Arctic are having record heat, and more is expected in the next 10 days. Over the coming week the core of the heat dome over Siberia is forecast to drift towards the North Pole, enhancing further melting. Verkhoyansk holds the Guinness World Record for the highest recorded temperature range of 105 C, fluctuating from minus 68 C to a high of 37 C. … Temperatures in the Arctic Circle are likely to have hit an all-time record on Saturday, reaching a scorching 38C (100F) in Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town. Concept: This new record breaks the Arctic town’s 32-year record it set on 25 July 1988, which was a sweltering 37.3 degrees Celsius set on 25 July 1988. It would also be the hottest temperature on record north of the Arctic Circle, according to … (1400m asl) @WeatherProf . Look at the legend on the right. Showing: All Year Climate & Weather Averages in Verkhoyansk. ", #Arctic sea ice extent near Siberia remains well below any previous year in the satellite era record... pic.twitter.com/Bm85gWA0SJ. The record revealed that the warmest 200-year period before 1950 took place about 6,500 years ago, when global surface temperatures were approximately 1.25 degrees Fahrenheit above the baseline, which is the 19th century average. Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. This new record breaks the Arctic town's 32-year record it set on 25 July 1988, which was a sweltering 37.3 degrees Celsius set on 25 July 1988. "I am still much more alarmed by the persistence of the record warmth — since December 2019, western Siberia temperatures have averaged nearly 9°F above average (1981-2010), which is quite astounding.". For decades, the Arctic has been warming much faster than the rest of the globe. Mann told CBS News that while there is no evidence available yet for this specific event, "It is consistent with the overall phenomenon of more persistent extremes as a result of a slower, more meandering jet stream.". Just days ago, Gavin Schmidt, the director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, corrected the reference by providing evidence that the rate of Arctic warming is actually three times faster. Figure 1: Prolonged Siberian heat: January – June 2020 average temperatures compared to normal (1981-2010) over the Siberian region used in the study (box), and the location of the town of Verkhoyansk that experienced the record June daily temperature within the Arctic circle. The temperature was 18 degrees higher than normal and if it's confirmed by World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), it will be the warmest temperature recorded in the Arctic Circle. In fact, Arctic sea ice extent is melting several weeks earlier than average in this region! Verkhoyansk has experienced extreme heat before: On July 25, 1988, the town hit a then-record of 37.3° C (99.1° F). In the Arctic, this impact is heightened due to a loss of ice and snow which typically reflects sunlight back to space. The confirmation came the same day a comprehensive new study was released suggesting that present-day global temperatures are the warmest they have been in at least 12,000 years, and possibly far longer. The official confirmation was requested by the World Meteorological Organization. The decline in ice means more light is absorbed by the darker ground, spiking warming. None of this comes as a surprise to climate scientists who have been sounding the alarms about the impacts of global warming for decades. The Verkhoyansk meteorological station had a previous air temperature record of 37.3° C observed on July 25, 1988, according to scientists German Alekseenkov and Vasily Smolyanitsky at Roshydromet's Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute. Today it's the 9th day with Tmax over 30C in central Norway so far. The Verkhoyansk meteorological station had a previous air temperature record of 37.3°C observed on July 25, 1988, according to scientists German Alekseenkov and Vasily Smolyanitsky at the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute of the Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorological and Environmental Monitoring (Roshydromet). Norwegians are fully enjoying the warm weather , skiing in bathing suites near the Sognefjell Pass. The Siberian town of Verkhoyansk — one of the coldest places on Earth — has hit a record high temperature this week, hitting 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.. What’s happening: Public weather data found that the small town has a record high temperature, the latest hot weather to hit the town, which has become “one of the fastest-warming places in the world,” according to CNN. The temperature in Verkhoyansk hit 38 degrees Celsius on Saturday, according to Pogoda i Klimat, a website that compiles Russian meteorological data. Russia's meteorological service said the thermometer hit 38 Celsius (100.4 F) on Saturday in Verkhoyansk, in the Sakha Republic about 4660 kilometers (2900 miles) northeast of Moscow. R ecord levels of heat have scorched parts of the Russian Arctic over the past week. Verkhojansk is located in northern Russia at the latitude of 67.55 ° North. © 2020 Advance Local Media LLC. Now the heat wave is going to spread into Canada north of Michigan over the next 10 days. Verkhoyansk once plunged to minus 67.8 degree Celsius - minus 90 degrees Fahrenheit - on Feb. 5 and 7, 1892. In central Canada, temperatures this week along the shores of Hudson Bay are maxing out in the 90s. Now Verkhoyansk sets a new record for the city with the biggest temperature swings. This new study shows that same effect is also apparent in both 2,000-year and 12,000-year time frames, as seen in the graphic  below. In a press conference Tuesday, the head of science at Russia's Hydrometeorological Centre confirmed that the town of Verkhoyansk did indeed reach 100.4° F on June 20th. Vostock, Amundsen-Scott, and Dome Argus lie in Antarctica.Meanwhile, Verkhoyansk and Oymyakon in Yakuta, North Ice in Greenland, Ust-Sceyer in Shchugor, Komi Republic, Russia, and the Alaskan Snag, Yukon, Canada, and Prospect Creek in the USA lie within the Arctic Circle. Climate change has now increased that chance. The record heat in parts of Siberia during the month of May was so remarkable that it reached five standard deviations from normal. For the period before modern thermometers, they relied on a variety of temperature estimates based on what scientists call proxy records — clues like fossils buried in sediments, such as shells and pollen, that reveal what climate conditions were like in the ancient past. Currently 680,000 acres are on fire in Siberia. Verkhoyansk had been best known as a place of exile in czarist Russia and for sharing the Northern Hemisphere’s cold temperature record — 90 degrees … The team engaged in an extremely exhaustive process reconstructing a 12,000-year temperature record ending in 1950. However, the study's lead author, Dr. Darrell Kaufman, a paleoclimate data specialist from Northern Arizona University, said the data is not precise enough to know for certain. 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[Data from @ECMWF ERA5 reanalysis] pic.twitter.com/ssAHCuBvRo. Writing on Twitter, the Russian state weather authority said: "In Verkhoyansk from June 18 to June 28, 2020, the maximum temperature exceeded 86° F… with a peak on June 20 to 100.4°. A Siberian town that endures the world's widest temperature range has recorded a new high amid a hear wave that is contributing to severe forest fires. Annual Weather Averages in Verkhoyansk. This new study by Kaufman validates work on past temperature reconstructions, like the now famous "hockey stick" graphic from Dr. Michael Mann, the director of the Earth System Science Center at Penn State University. Ice that has broken off from the Eqip Sermia Glacier, also called the Eqi Glacier, drifts past shore during unseasonably warm weather on August 1, 2019 at Eqip Sermia, Greenland, about 350 km north of the Arctic Circle. Mann said the new study lends even more evidence to how quickly humankind is reshaping Earth's climate. Recommended to you based on your activity and what's popular • Feedback Verkhoyansk, with a population of 1,000 people, is also the coldest place on Earth, having recorded a record low temperature of -90.04F (-67.8C). The heat with this next wave of hot weather will partially move into Michigan from the north, an odd direction for a hot spell from which to move. That's 40+ degrees F above normal. The average annual temperature for Verkhoyansk is −14.5 °C (5.9 °F). The Verkhoyansk weather station, whose record low was tumbled by the discovery from the archives, showed a temperature of 38C on 20 June this year, which the WMO is now considering as a … Labe is amazed by the impact. Next is the high temperature forecast for Monday, June 29, 2020. Subscribe to MLive.com. https://t.co/oXB4Lw2gXu. He explained, "The 'handle' of the hockey stick just gets longer and longer with each new study and indeed there is a hint that current warmth now might be unprecedented since at least the last interglacial period more than a hundred thousand years ago. The temperature in Verkhoyansk hit 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday. It was the previous Guinness World Records holder for a low temperature of -90°F … High temperature forecast for Monday, June 29, 2020. So far in 2020, three cities in South Florida, including Miami, have experienced 121 record warm temperatures and only one record cold reading. For the study released Tuesday, a team of scientists affiliated with an international paleoclimate collaboration called PAGES (Past Global Changes), analyzed data spanning thousands of years into the past. Note the 5σ deviation in northwestern Siberia, would be a 1 in 100000 year event for a normal distribution of anomalies without climate change. Temperature anomalies in May 2020, expressed as standard deviations from the average 1981-2010 in the @CopernicusECMWF #ERA5 reanalysis. Verkhoyansk is typically one of the coldest spots on Earth. But that is no longer accurate. Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town in Sakha Republic, Russia, is one of the coldest inhabited places on earth. That's 40 to 45 degrees above normal. Now global temperatures have risen about 2 degrees Fahrenheit above that baseline, leading to the conclusion that Earth is currently warmer than that warm period 6,500 years ago. Verkhoyansk: The city with the highest temperature range. © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved. It's just... wow ---> Western Siberia temperature anomalies averaged since December. Ten days after that record was set, the heat wave still persists. pic.twitter.com/n87VwaoQav, The staggering pace of warming in the Arctic is causing systemic changes. Verkhoyansk currently holds the Guinness World Record for the greatest temperature range on earth - fluctuating from minus 68C to a high of 37.3C. All rights reserved (About Us). FDA authorizes Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use, SCOTUS rejects Texas bid to overturn election results in 4 states, Feds to buy additional 100 million doses of Moderna vaccine, Why some Black Americans are skeptical of a COVID-19 vaccine, Biden, Harris introduce team who will "deliver immediate relief", FKA twigs sues Shia LaBeouf over alleged sexual assault, Mayor slams U.S. The longer the heat dome lasts, the more it feeds back on itself, intensifying the heat wave. Prior to the starting point of the study 12,000 years ago, the Earth was engulfed in an Ice Age. Connect with your community. (Olga Burtseva via AP)AP. Experts have frequently described that imbalance by saying that the Arctic is warming at twice the rate of the global average. On Saturday, the Siberian settlement of Verkhoyansk reached its highest ever temperature of … Dr. Michael Mann is arguably one of the world's most respected climate scientists. This is 105.8 degrees Celsius colder than its just-recorded all-time record high. On Tuesday, a town in the Sakha Republic, 450 miles north-northwest of Verkhoyansk, and also 450 miles north of the Arctic Circle steps from the Arctic Ocean's Laptev Sea, hit an astonishing 93 degrees Fahrenheit. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement, Privacy Policy and Cookie Statement, and Your California Privacy Rights (each updated 1/1/20). ", First published on July 1, 2020 / 12:11 PM. In this handout photo provided by Olga Burtseva, children play in the Krugloe lake outside Verkhoyansk, the Sakha Republic, about 4660 kilometers (2900 miles) northeast of Moscow, Russia, Sunday, June 21, 2020. "The upcoming pattern looks particularly hostile for areas closer to the central Arctic Ocean. A Russian mining company has cited the shifting permafrost for a 20,000 ton spill of diesel fuel. Now that temperature record has been verified by Russia's state weather authority. June-2020 in Verkhoyansk...became the warmest in history.". Temperatures in Verkhoyansk (67ø33'N, 133ø23'E) have ranged 105degC 188degF, from -68øC-90øF to 37øC 98øF. This has led to extensive efforts to study past climates in order to help put the current warming into context. In 2018 he published a study about a summer phenomenon he calls quasi-resonant amplification (QRA) in which atmospheric waves and jet streams tend to slow down or even get stuck, leading to a blocked pattern. And while it's not uncommon for patterns to set up shop for extended periods of time due to natural cycles, this tenacity is extraordinary, to say the least. A town in Siberia has recorded the highest temperature in the Arctic's known history, hitting 38 degrees Celsius.. Verkhoyansk, found just inside the Arctic Circle at … This weekend a town in Siberia warmed to 100.4° F, which broke the previous record high of 98.9° F. The Siberian town of Verkhoyansk had never eclipsed 100 degrees. And in Norway, due to a stretch of unusual warmth well into the 80s, people are skiing on glaciers in bathing suits. Verkhoyansk is just 800 miles south of the North Pole. The preliminary all-time record of 38.0 °C (= 100.4 °F) at Verkhoyansk in Siberia, Russia could be the new hottest place on record within the Arctic Circle. This will contribute to the formation of melt ponds (water) overtop of the sea ice, which can accelerate declines in sea ice extent later in the summer," explains Labe. pic.twitter.com/29u87uJ88o, Zack Labe, a postdoc in the Department of Atmospheric Science at Colorado State University and an expert on Arctic climate, told CBS News that while he is concerned by the recent heat, he is more unnerved by its staying power. Boston medical conference led to 300,000 COVID-19 cases, Biden facing pressure to pick Rep. Deb Haaland as Interior Secretary, Biden to nominate Tai for trade rep and McDonough for veterans affairs, Second gentleman to teach entertainment law at Georgetown, Biden introduces his pick to lead Defense Department, NAACP calls on Biden to appoint a racial equity adviser, Biden to nominate Marcia Fudge to lead HUD, Biden vows to distribute 100 million vaccine doses within first 100 days, Climate extremes: Dust cloud & Arctic heat. The outline around the Lansing area on the map below shows how much area 680,000 acres would cover over Michigan. The brownish colors along to Manitoba and Ontario areas along Hudson Bay could have high temperatures around 100° F toward the end of June. This town holds the Guinness World Record of having the highest temperature range in the world. Temperature records in Verkhoyansk date to 1885. High Temp: 72 °F. "In response to the recent heat wave, the extent of Arctic sea has dropped like a rock in the Laptev Sea and the entire Siberian coastline. … Since that high point 6,500 years ago, the record shows the globe was steadily cooling. The extended Siberian heat wave is due to an usually persistent high pressure system, which more or less has remained stuck over Russia since December. Based on weather reports collected during 2005–2015. Less than two weeks ago, the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk soared to 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, appearing to break an all-time record for the Arctic … Jeff Berardelli is CBS News' meteorologist and climate specialist. But in 2020, it has been the region’s wildly high temperatures and wildfires that have wowed meteorologists.. After several months of warm weather, the Russian town of Verkhoyansk reported a daytime temperature of 38°C (100.4°F) on June 20—likely a record high for the town. This effect is most pronounced with more warming. Simply put, as average temperatures increase, extreme heat days become even more prominent. The name of the graphic comes from its resemblance to a hockey stick showing a vertical leap in temperatures at the very end of the past 1,000-year temperature record. Temperatures in the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk hit 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday, according to public-facing weather data. Michigan’s temperatures are expected to be much warmer than normal as we head toward July 1. The new record eclipses previous records held by Russia, where a temperature of minus 90 F at the Russian sites of Verkhoyansk (February 1892) and Oymyakon (January 1933) held the record for lowest-recorded temperature in the Northern Hemisphere. For a full list of record titles, please use our Record Application Search. This is 105.8 degrees Celsius colder than its just-recorded all-time record high. Note to readers: if you purchase something through one of our affiliate links we may earn a commission. U.S. to shatter record for billion-dollar climate disasters in 2020, "Extraordinary" rate of change as the Arctic warms, NOAA says, Americans in need of emergency disaster housing surged in 2020, Australia's Great Barrier Reef status lowered to "critical", 2020 on track to be one of the 3 warmest years on record, California Privacy/Information We Collect. 93 F right near the Arctic Ocean. Many of the places that experience record low temperatures lie at high latitudes. Temperatures exceeded 38C in the Russian town of Verkhoyansk on 20 June, the highest temperature ever recorded north of the Arctic circle. There may be an additional impact from climate change. Less than two weeks ago, the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk soared to 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, appearing to break an all-time record for the Arctic and alarming meteorologists worldwide. Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town located 3,000 miles east of Moscow, Russia, reached 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday, breaking the record high temperature for the Arctic Circle and Siberia -- … On 20 June 2020, Verkhoyansk recorded a temperature of +38.0 °C (100.4 °F), yielding a temperature range of 105.8 °C (190.4 °F) based on reliable records, which is the greatest temperature range in the world. It's more like 3 times the global mean. It was the previous Guinness World Records holder for a low temperature of -90°F and now a high temperature of 100.4° F. Most places in Michigan have a 130 temperature swing from coldest to warmest temperature records. Verkhoyansk once plunged to minus 67.8 degree Celsius - minus 90 degrees Fahrenheit - on Feb. 5 and 7, 1892.. The Arctic warming is getting a lot of attention this week, but I keep seeing references to the warming being twice as fast as the global mean, and that's not right. The melting of permafrost, which is continuously frozen ground, has been blamed for ground shifting. Quite the extreme event! The world's lowest temperature record, of minus 128.6 F on July 21, 1983, is still held by Antarctica. The material on this site may not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with the prior written permission of Advance Local. It's clear that human-caused climate change plays a significant role in boosting the intensity of heat waves. In other words, if hypothetically you were able to live in that area for 100,000 years, statistically speaking you should only experience such an extreme period of temperatures one time. Copyright © 2020 CBS Interactive Inc. All rights reserved. But that all changed abruptly in the past 150 years when, in that short time, humans have more than reversed thousands of years of cooling. All records listed on our website are current and up-to-date. It's the planet's northernmost 100-degree reading ever recorded. Now Verkhoyansk sets a new record for the city with the biggest temperature swings. The study used a variety of geological clues and statistical analysis methods to reconstruct ancient temperature estimates. Temperatures in peak winter season are as low as –45 degrees Celsius. Fifteen-year-old Ayal is the last of his siblings still living with his mother in the small village of Verkhoyansk, in the east of Russia. Eastern Siberia is famous for some of the coldest wintertime temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere. Therefore, one could infer that temperatures are warmer today than they have been since before that Ice Age began, about 120,000 years ago. … Marshal for "uninformed" statement on shooting. Areas in the Arctic are having record heat, and more is expected in the next 10 days. Over the coming week the core of the heat dome over Siberia is forecast to drift towards the North Pole, enhancing further melting. Verkhoyansk holds the Guinness World Record for the highest recorded temperature range of 105 C, fluctuating from minus 68 C to a high of 37 C. … Temperatures in the Arctic Circle are likely to have hit an all-time record on Saturday, reaching a scorching 38C (100F) in Verkhoyansk, a Siberian town. Concept: This new record breaks the Arctic town’s 32-year record it set on 25 July 1988, which was a sweltering 37.3 degrees Celsius set on 25 July 1988. It would also be the hottest temperature on record north of the Arctic Circle, according to … (1400m asl) @WeatherProf . Look at the legend on the right. Showing: All Year Climate & Weather Averages in Verkhoyansk. ", #Arctic sea ice extent near Siberia remains well below any previous year in the satellite era record... pic.twitter.com/Bm85gWA0SJ. The record revealed that the warmest 200-year period before 1950 took place about 6,500 years ago, when global surface temperatures were approximately 1.25 degrees Fahrenheit above the baseline, which is the 19th century average. Community Rules apply to all content you upload or otherwise submit to this site. This new record breaks the Arctic town's 32-year record it set on 25 July 1988, which was a sweltering 37.3 degrees Celsius set on 25 July 1988. "I am still much more alarmed by the persistence of the record warmth — since December 2019, western Siberia temperatures have averaged nearly 9°F above average (1981-2010), which is quite astounding.". For decades, the Arctic has been warming much faster than the rest of the globe. Mann told CBS News that while there is no evidence available yet for this specific event, "It is consistent with the overall phenomenon of more persistent extremes as a result of a slower, more meandering jet stream.". Just days ago, Gavin Schmidt, the director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies, corrected the reference by providing evidence that the rate of Arctic warming is actually three times faster. Figure 1: Prolonged Siberian heat: January – June 2020 average temperatures compared to normal (1981-2010) over the Siberian region used in the study (box), and the location of the town of Verkhoyansk that experienced the record June daily temperature within the Arctic circle. The temperature was 18 degrees higher than normal and if it's confirmed by World Meteorological Organisation (WMO), it will be the warmest temperature recorded in the Arctic Circle. In fact, Arctic sea ice extent is melting several weeks earlier than average in this region! Verkhoyansk has experienced extreme heat before: On July 25, 1988, the town hit a then-record of 37.3° C (99.1° F). In the Arctic, this impact is heightened due to a loss of ice and snow which typically reflects sunlight back to space. The confirmation came the same day a comprehensive new study was released suggesting that present-day global temperatures are the warmest they have been in at least 12,000 years, and possibly far longer. The official confirmation was requested by the World Meteorological Organization. The decline in ice means more light is absorbed by the darker ground, spiking warming. None of this comes as a surprise to climate scientists who have been sounding the alarms about the impacts of global warming for decades. The Verkhoyansk meteorological station had a previous air temperature record of 37.3° C observed on July 25, 1988, according to scientists German Alekseenkov and Vasily Smolyanitsky at Roshydromet's Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute. Today it's the 9th day with Tmax over 30C in central Norway so far. The Verkhoyansk meteorological station had a previous air temperature record of 37.3°C observed on July 25, 1988, according to scientists German Alekseenkov and Vasily Smolyanitsky at the Arctic and Antarctic Research Institute of the Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorological and Environmental Monitoring (Roshydromet). Norwegians are fully enjoying the warm weather , skiing in bathing suites near the Sognefjell Pass. The Siberian town of Verkhoyansk — one of the coldest places on Earth — has hit a record high temperature this week, hitting 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit.. What’s happening: Public weather data found that the small town has a record high temperature, the latest hot weather to hit the town, which has become “one of the fastest-warming places in the world,” according to CNN. The temperature in Verkhoyansk hit 38 degrees Celsius on Saturday, according to Pogoda i Klimat, a website that compiles Russian meteorological data. Russia's meteorological service said the thermometer hit 38 Celsius (100.4 F) on Saturday in Verkhoyansk, in the Sakha Republic about 4660 kilometers (2900 miles) northeast of Moscow. R ecord levels of heat have scorched parts of the Russian Arctic over the past week. Verkhojansk is located in northern Russia at the latitude of 67.55 ° North. © 2020 Advance Local Media LLC. Now the heat wave is going to spread into Canada north of Michigan over the next 10 days. Verkhoyansk once plunged to minus 67.8 degree Celsius - minus 90 degrees Fahrenheit - on Feb. 5 and 7, 1892. In central Canada, temperatures this week along the shores of Hudson Bay are maxing out in the 90s. Now Verkhoyansk sets a new record for the city with the biggest temperature swings. This new study shows that same effect is also apparent in both 2,000-year and 12,000-year time frames, as seen in the graphic  below. In a press conference Tuesday, the head of science at Russia's Hydrometeorological Centre confirmed that the town of Verkhoyansk did indeed reach 100.4° F on June 20th. Vostock, Amundsen-Scott, and Dome Argus lie in Antarctica.Meanwhile, Verkhoyansk and Oymyakon in Yakuta, North Ice in Greenland, Ust-Sceyer in Shchugor, Komi Republic, Russia, and the Alaskan Snag, Yukon, Canada, and Prospect Creek in the USA lie within the Arctic Circle. Climate change has now increased that chance. The record heat in parts of Siberia during the month of May was so remarkable that it reached five standard deviations from normal. For the period before modern thermometers, they relied on a variety of temperature estimates based on what scientists call proxy records — clues like fossils buried in sediments, such as shells and pollen, that reveal what climate conditions were like in the ancient past. Currently 680,000 acres are on fire in Siberia. Verkhoyansk had been best known as a place of exile in czarist Russia and for sharing the Northern Hemisphere’s cold temperature record — 90 degrees … The team engaged in an extremely exhaustive process reconstructing a 12,000-year temperature record ending in 1950. However, the study's lead author, Dr. Darrell Kaufman, a paleoclimate data specialist from Northern Arizona University, said the data is not precise enough to know for certain. 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