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Incredible facts about Canadian weather

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It also gets unfathomably cold

As for the coldest day on record, that unfortunate honour goes to Snag, Yukon, on February 3, 1947, when the temperature reached an unbelievable −63°C. It’s said that on that day, people’s breath froze in the air in front of them, turning into small crystals of ice and falling before their eyes.

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