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The Svalbard archipelago is the meeting place for cold polar air from the north and mild, wet sea air from the south, creating low pressure and changing weather and fast winds, particularly in winter. In January, when this picture was taken, temperatures are normally between −5 and −20 °C.
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Maria Sahai (c)
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World's Northernmost Settlement & Polar Night
The Svalbard archipelago is the meeting place for cold polar air from the north and mild, wet sea air from the south, creating low pressure and changing weather and fast winds, particularly in winter. In January, when this picture was taken, temperatures are normally between −5 and −20 °C.