Cold wave in Norway: approaching minus 50

Cold wave in Norway: approaching minus 50
Winter has arrived with full force in several parts of the country in recent days.

On Wednesday, minus 42.4 degrees in Kautokeino was officially measured.

Unofficially it is even colder.

According to the Meteorological Institute, on Thursday it will become less cold but minus degrees are still very present. In Oslo it will on Thursday be much colder than in Longyearbyen.

While it is reported minus 10 degrees in the capital, Svalbard gets only minus 2 degrees.

But that is peanuts compared to Wednesday's temperatures in Finnmark, where the official measuring station reported minus 42.4 degrees.

According to Nordlys, there have been measured even lower temperature by Peer Mikkelsen Gaup, who lives by the Kautokeino River in Økseidet, south of Kautokeino.

There the thermometer showed an entire 48.2 degrees below zero.

- Feeling the chill, but that's fine. Right now I'm in the basement to put on some heat so that the potato do not freeze, Gaup said.

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