A resident of Siberia shared a photo of a bowl of frozen noodles and egg to show how cold the region had turned during the winter.
The picture shared by Twitter user Oleg shows noodles and a cracked egg seemingly frozen mid-air after the temperature dropped to -45 degrees centigrade in the region.
Take a look here:
Today it’s -45C (-49F) in my hometown Novodibirsk, Siberia. pic.twitter.com/EGxyrRqdE2
— Oleg (@olegsvn) December 27, 2020
Many on social media wondered if the image was real, and many said they were astounded. Here’s how people reacted to the photo:
Have you tried eating indoors?
— Daniel D’Mello (@DanielDmello) December 28, 2020
Only around 8-15c and it feels so freakin cold outside, i cant imagine when winter in -45c 🥶 pic.twitter.com/bNWiiV0nxx
— wahyu suka tempegoreng renyah (@yaudahdehy) December 29, 202
meanwhile when the temperature drops to 29 in abuja i promptly start wearing jackets/sweaters while going round complaining about falling sick due to the extreme cold. lawd pic.twitter.com/seOfclUc6P
— Nikki | YourHRpadi & Org Therapist (@nikkytheminx) December 29, 2020
Sending you some heat pic.twitter.com/kSnxW6Rdxg
— Dr Aloy Chife (@ChifeDr) December 29, 2020
I send you some warmth from my end.
It’s 20°C right now, and we are thinking it’s cold. – 45°C is really frightening. pic.twitter.com/fMlYVDlqlq
— Gentleman (@olajideobe) December 30, 2020
weather is so cold even the farenheit and celcius scales give up and came together
— Sandesh (@sandxisback) December 28, 2020
It’s 14C in Delhi and People are already freezing!!
P.S Ignore the smoke part that’s Our oxygen we like it that way 😆 pic.twitter.com/1uWhpK0C2E
— Gujarati Chandler (@Sardar_vPatel) December 29, 2020
In our region we start shivering with our sweater on at 23C only
— PUBLIC KI REPUBLIC (@prime4poor) December 28, 2020
It’s 17 degree in morning time and we skip bath 😭🤔
— krishna (@being_alcoholic) December 28, 2020
my brain can’t comprehend this
— words mean things (@a_busy_woman) December 29, 2020
Siberia in Russia is an extensive geographical region spanning much of Eurasia and Northern Asia. Its average temperature in January dips to −25 °C (−13 °F).
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