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Coldest Places In Spain "polos Del Frío"

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Some people in Spain are working to find the coldest places in Spain, this proyect is called "Polos del frío". They works in meteored and I took this tables from here.

I hope that you find it interesting :winky:. Sorry, my english isn't very good.

- November2007: (all the values are shown in degrees)

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-December2007:

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January2008:

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November2008:

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January2009:

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December2009:

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January2010:

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December2010:

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Interesting! :)

I've always known Cuenca and Soria to be cold in winter.

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Interesting! :)

I've always known Cuenca and Soria to be cold in winter.

Yes, Cuenca and Soria are very cold in winter. Burgos and Teruel are also very, very cold. Look at these photos taken in NW Burgos, they are amazing, it looks like Siberia. These one was taken near Soria, three weeks ago, at first it was very cold but afterwards the weather became warmer and the snow dissapeared.

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Yes, Cuenca and Soria are very cold in winter. Burgos and Teruel are also very, very cold. Look at these photos taken in NW Burgos, they are amazing, it looks like Siberia. These one was taken near Soria, three weeks ago, at first it was very cold but afterwards the weather became warmer and the snow dissapeared.

Thanks for the info/stats and those amazing photos! :D

It's easy to forget that it can get very cold indeed in parts of northern and central Spain. What is even more amazing is that cities as far south as Albacete have recorded -24C. That's pretty spectacular considering this city isn't too far from the Costas....According to this article, Albacete holds the record lowest temperature of any provincial capital in Spain (obviously excluding small towns and villages in the tables you quoted....):

http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Albacete

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