Thursday, November 25, 2010

Extreme Temperatures in November

Lately we've had constantly cold temperatures around -20°C, which is quite unusual for this time of the year even for Lapland standards. Normally we have those temperatures in January/February. The question is how cold will it be then? Below minus 30°C now and then is normal in the beginning of a year but hopefully not for many weeks! ;o)

Last night we broke another record this winter. We had -32°C at our cottage (near Arjeplog) and in our neighbourhood apparently a drain pipe was frozen. These guys were pretty occupied for some time to fix the problem.

Sorry for the bad quality of the pictures. Better luck next time, I guess! ;o)

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