I had a really disappointing revelation last week about our new work-from-home reality. Snow days are now just work days where you also have to shovel. Although we’ve seen some frigid temperatures along the east coast of the US, we really can’t complain, at least compared to those in Yakutsk, Russia. Yakutsk is known as the city that sees the largest temperature differentials. While its summers can be quite warm, they are also quite short, and cold weather is present for most of the year. The lowest recorded temperature in Yakutsk is -83.9° F (or -64.4°C). Below, Klun B offers some visual explanations of just how cold things are and what that means for your noodles or your laundry.