Death And Chaos As Northern China Experiences Lowest Temperatures In 30 Years

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Northern China’s inner Mongolia region is currently experiencing the coldest weather recorded in 30 years, with record low temperatures of minus 40 degrees Fahrenheit. More than 3,700 locals have been evacuated, with at least two already dead. Moreover, a buildup of ice caused by the shockingly low temperatures has stranded about 1,000 boats in Laizhou Bay.

It’s even colder in Mongolia, an independent nation bordering inner Mongolia, with recent temperatures dropping to minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit and over four feet of snow covering 80% of the country.

To read more about these record lows and how people are dealing, visit news.com.au.

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