Now that's cold.
February 2, 2006 12:08 PM Subscribe
The coldest place in North America. Snag, Yukon Territory, Canada. Wilfred "Wilf" Blezard remembers the coldest recorded day in North America's history. Now 82 years old, Blezard was one of four weathermen stationed at the Snag airport in Yukon, Canada, on February 3, 1947. On that day, the temperature dropped to 81 degrees below zero Fahrenheit (-60C).
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