The sweltering heat — equivalent to 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit — was seen on June 20, 2020 in the Russian town of Verkhoyansk, marking the highest temperature ever recorded above the Arctic Circle, the World Meteorological Organization said.

Newly-confirmed Arctic record 100-degree heat in Siberia setting off climate change "alarm bells," U.N. says

AccuWeather forecasters say temperatures typically top out at only around 60 F (15.5 C) by mid-June in Verkhoyansk, a town located 71 miles (115 km) north of the Arctic Circle. The town's meteorological observation station has been in operation for more than 135 years, dating back to 1885.

Siberian town topped 100 degrees, a new Arctic record

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