The climate of Antarctica is the coldest on Earth. Antarctica's lowest air
temperature record was set on 21 July 1983, with −89.2 °C (−128.6 °F) at Vostok
Antarctica is the coldest continent on earth, and has a climate of extremes. The
continent is snow- and ice-covered, with freezing temperatures all year.
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The weather and climate of Antarctica, factors affecting.
Investigate the Antarctic climate and weather. Examine evidence for climate
change in the past and for how the climate may change in the future. See how the
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Climate. Antarctic climate is characterized by low temperature, high wind
velocities, and frequent blizzards. Rapidly changing weather is typical of coastal
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Antarctica, Climate: Antarctica is the coldest continent. The world's record low
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The climate in Antarctica is extremely cold with very little precipitation. The
coldest ever temperature to be recorded on Earth was -128.56 degrees
Fahrenheit in ...