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CNN An unprecedented heatwave in one of the coldest places on Earth just reached a distressing milestone. A Siberian town that endures the world's widest temperature range has recorded a new high due to a heat wave that is contributing to severe forest fires. Temperatures in the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk hit It's a record-high temperature in one of the fastest-warming places in the world. Siberia tends to experience large swings in temperature month-to-month and year-to-year, according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service C3S , a program affiliated with the European Commission. But it's unusual for warmer-than-average temperatures to continue for so long -- temperatures in Siberia have stayed well-above average since Verkhoyansk sits on the Yana River in the Arctic Circle and, during the winter, is considered one of the world's coldest towns -- in , temperatures dropped to degrees Fahrenheit. Average June temperatures in Verkhoyansk reach a high of 68 degrees Fahrenheit, so the new record-high temperature is alarming. Read More. Distressing signs continued Monday, when satellite footage showed multiple wildfires in Siberia near the Arctic Circle.
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Russian meteorologists have confirmed a Siberian town smashed its all-time record high during a June heat wave, possibly the hottest temperature on record so far north in the Arctic, continuing an off-the-charts warm year in what is typically one of coldest places on Earth. On June 20, the high temperature in Verkhoyansk, a town in northeast Russia about miles south of the Arctic coast and about 6 miles north of the Arctic Circle, topped out at 38 degrees Celsius, or This extreme temperature was confirmed by the Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorological and Environmental Monitoring after a request from the World Meteorological Organization , topping the city's previous record set on July 25, Temperature records in Verkhoyansk date to It may also have been the hottest temperature on record north of the Arctic Circle , according to Etienne Kapikian, a meteorologist with Meteo France. The average high in late June in Verkhoyansk is only in the upper 60s , or around 20 degrees Celsius. Siberia, one of the world's coldest places in winter , reached degrees F this year before Dallas or Houston did. To escape the heat, children were seen swimming in a lake near Verkhoyansk, Sunday, a lake that would be frozen solid in the depths of winter, when average temperatures in Russia's "Pole of Cold" typically plunge into the minus 40s and 50s Celsius. Verkhoyansk once plunged to minus This is
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All rights reserved. A changing climate is altering Siberia's landscape and economy. An extended heat wave that has been baking the Russian Arctic for months drove the temperature in Verkhoyansk, Russia—north of the Arctic Circle—to This record high temperature is a signal of a rapidly and continually warming planet, and a preview of how Arctic warming will continue in an increasingly hot future, scientists say. It was the hottest temperature ever recorded in the town , where records have been kept since The ocean-tempered coasts tend to stay slightly cooler, but inland, summer temperatures sometimes soar. The Arctic is warming more than twice as fast as the rest of the planet: Baseline warmth in the high Arctic has increased by between 3. About 0. Find out more about climate change and how humans are causing it. That means any heat waves that hit the region are strengthened by the extra warming.

CNN An unprecedented heatwave in one of the coldest places on Earth just reached a distressing milestone. A Siberian town that endures the world's widest temperature range has recorded a new high due to a heat wave that is contributing to severe forest fires.

Temperatures in the small Siberian town of Verkhoyansk hit It's a record-high temperature in one of the fastest-warming places in the world. Siberia tends to experience large swings in temperature month-to-month and year-to-year, according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service C3S , a program affiliated with the European Commission. But it's unusual for warmer-than-average temperatures to continue for so long -- temperatures in Siberia have stayed well-above average since Verkhoyansk sits on the Yana River in the Arctic Circle and, during the winter, is considered one of the world's coldest towns -- in , temperatures dropped to degrees Fahrenheit.

Average June temperatures in Verkhoyansk reach a high of 68 degrees Fahrenheit, so the new record-high temperature is alarming. Read More. Distressing signs continued Monday, when satellite footage showed multiple wildfires in Siberia near the Arctic Circle. Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service senior scientist Mark Parrington noted that the number and intensity of Siberian wildfires has increased considerably, too.

Ice in Siberia's rivers broke up "exceptionally early" in May, which was the hottest May on record in the area since records began in , C3S reported. Also in May, permafrost that melted beneath tank supports resulted in a "massive" diesel spill in the region, which could spill into the Arctic Ocean.

The dramatic swings in temperature in northwest Siberia last month would happen only once in , years if it weren't for climate change, climate scientist Martin Stendel said.

The Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the planet through a process known as Arctic amplification. Arctic ice melt has accelerated, which leads to seasonal snow cover that isn't as white and absorbs more sunlight, which leads to more warming, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA. That's significant for the rest of the world, too. Melting ice in the Arctic leads to higher sea levels, and not just in the Arctic Ocean.

With fewer sections of ice to reflect sunlight, the world's oceans will warm. Plus, NOAA's Arctic Report Card found that thawing permafrost in the Arctic could be releasing up to million tons of net carbon into the atmosphere per year.



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