Too cold for garbage trucks in Norway

Too cold for garbage trucks in Norway
Global warming (hoax) seems to have missed Norway.

In Northern Norway, people will have to wait for the trash to be taken away, as the thermometer now shows minus 30 degrees Celsius in Kautokeino, and the cold may destroy the hydraulics in the garbage trucks, reports iFinnmark.

- Every time we empty a garbage bin, we have to push the brakes, and as cold as it is now unfortunately the brakes freezes, says communications officer at VEFAS, Siw Line Thomassen.

However, Meteorologist Sevim Müller at the Meteorological Institute says that the cold wind that is now over Kautokeino will move on during the week.

- On Thursday it will be considerably warmer and it seems that it will be around 20 degrees Celsius the rest of the week, says Müller.

But these temperatures are nothing compared to January last year. Then minus 42.4 degrees Celsius was officially measured in Kautokeino:

Cold wave in Norway: approaching minus 50

If you want to know how the Norwegians handle cold weather, have a look at this (satire):

The Norwegians and cold weather

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