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Alarming temperature record of 18.3°C set in Antarctica last year

The new record is1 8.3°C or 64.9°F, set at Argentina's Esperanza base on February 06, 2020. Image: REUTERS/Enrique Marcarian

Niall McCarthy

Data Journalist, Statista

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The new record is1 8.3°C or 64.9°F. Image: Statista
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