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Anyone looking at this map can see the cold zone located over Russia, Western Siberia, Scandinavia, the Yukon, and yes, even Alaska. Here is the current version of this map:

www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/map/images/rnl/sfctmpmer_30a.rnl.html


Interesting that New Zealand is warmer than normal and yet we have people getting stuck in the snow in the mountains passes (in mid-summer).

Cold snap brings snow to Sth Canty
www.stuff.co.nz/timaru-herald/news/8138589/Cold-snap-brings-...
The Hunter Hills wore a dusting of snow this morning, and travellers were reportedly abandoning cars in mountain passes after a significant snowfall in the high country overnight. Temperatures dipped to a chilly 6 degree C overnight in the Timaru area, with snowfalls in higher elevations nearby. In central Otago this morning, an operation is underway to get people out of the Lindis Pass after a heavy snowfall.

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