Arctic Circle Town Sets New Record With Temperatures Above 100 Degrees
The National Interest -

Ethen Kim Lieser

Security, Eurasia

The average increase in temperature on the entire planet over the past forty years is 1.44 degrees Fahrenheit. In comparison, the Arctic has warmed by more than 3.5 degrees Fahrenheit during the same period. 

This past weekend, a small Siberian town that is known for its wild temperature fluctuations hit a scorching 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit. 

The temperature has to be verified by experts, but if it holds, it will be the hottest temperature ever registered in...

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