How cold is it in the Arctic?

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The Arctic is a harsh environment, where only a few animals live. The winter temperatures can be as low as -40 C -40 F. This is how cold the arctic is. The coldest temperature recorded was -68 C -90 F.
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Well it can get to -90 degrees, so very cold.
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The temperature of the surface of the Arctic Ocean is fairly constant, near the freezing point of seawater, slightly below 32 °F. Source(s): Santa.
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