A new record low ambient temperature for this winter so far was set early on the morning of January 4th in Narva, where a value of 27.7 degrees Celsius was posted. This was a few tenths of a degree colder than the preceding day’s low of 27.3 degrees, while with the wind chill factor, perceived temperatures have been falling well below the 30 degree mark. Overnight from January 3rd to 4th, the perceived temperature was measured at 38.9 degrees, in Tiirikoja, on the shores of Peipsi järv. Overall Northeastern Estonia has been experiencing the coldest temperatures, though in Tallinn values as low as 21 have been recorded. Record low temperatures of the decade have also been broken in Norway, Sweden, and Finland. Estonia’s record alltime low is 43.5 degrees, recorded in Jõgeva back in January 1940.