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Question: What place in this world can have their temperatures Fahrenheit and Celsius equal?
Asked by hugh93 to Arttu, Ceri, James_M, Monica, Philip on 17 Jun 2011.
James M Monk
answered on 16 Jun 2011:
Celsius and Fahrenheit are equal at approximately -40 degrees, which is very cold indeed. Antarctica will get that cold, and I suspect some places with continental climates (Siberia, Canada) could occasionally get that cold.
answered on 17 Jun 2011:
I come from Finland where such temperatures are not unheard of. The lowest temperature ever recorded there was -51.5 C (which is the same as -60.7 F) in 1999.
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