Yes, we've had some pretty cold weather up on the High Plains lately, we can all agree on that. We here in the panhandle tend to subconsciously keep in mind that things could always be much worse though, like the extreme winter weather so famous in some remote parts of the world.

At least one state in the continental U.S. though, is looking even worse than many of those location, with New Hampshire's outlook to start 2018 looking even colder than many of the globes most famous icy locations.

According to this article from NH1.com, locations in Alaska, Siberia, Tibet, and even Antarctica will have low temperatures above those in store for the state of New Hampshire.

The "Granite State" is expecting temperatures around 20 degrees below their normal averages for this time of year, with the city of Concord forecasting temperatures as low as -11 degrees F.

Yikes.

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