Temperature in Canada's Saskatoon plunges to lowest in over a century | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Temperature in Canada's Saskatoon plunges to lowest in over a century

Temperatures in Canada’s midwest city of Saskatoon dipped to as low as minus 42.6 degrees Celsius (minus 44.68 degrees Fahrenheit) on Wednesday, breaking a 112-year record, according to Environment Canada.

Residents of Saskatoon, in the prairies of Canada’s Saskatchewan province, were bundled up tightly even on Thursday as temperatures remained frigid at minus 34.8 degrees Celsius.

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