What Was the Coldest Temperature in Britain?

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The coldest temperature to be ever recorded in Britain was -27.2 degrees Celsius on 30 December 1995 at Altnaharra, Highland in Scotland. The next lowest temperature reading was -26.1 degrees Celsius in England.
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The coldest temperature is known as Absolute Zero. You know of the Fahrenheit scale and the Celsius scale of temperature. There is another called the Kelvin scale. Zero degrees Kelvin
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A Russian research station in Vostok, Antartica is credited with a temperature of minus -138 degrees F on July 21, 1983. That is the coldest temperature in recorded history. Vostok
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I don't know just how cold it was but in February 1951 I attended the Outward Bound Sea School, Aberdovey North Wales for one month and we students all got dumped into the river Dovey
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