It's one of the coldest days of the year - the kind that closes school districts - but compared to places that are typically cold, just how bad is it?

As of 11 a.m. Thursday, it was 8 degrees in Lancaster, with wind chills making it feel like minus 5, according to The Weather Channel.

Here are Thursday's temperatures in other typically frigid places around the world, according to The Weather Channel:

Siberia, Russia

Siberia

Siberia, Russia

Temperature: -9 °F

Feels like: -19 °F


 North Pole

North Pole

An elevated view of the attack submarines USS RAY (SSN-653), USS HAWKBILL (SSN-666), and USS ARCHERFISH (SSN-678) surfaced at the geographic North Pole. This is the first time three nuclear-powered submarines have simultaneously surfaced at the pole.

Temperature: -11 °F

Feels like: -11 °F


 McMurdo, Antarctica

McMurdo, Antarctica

McMurdo, Antarctica

Temperature: 16 °F

Feels like: 6 °F


 Chicago, IL

Temperature: -11 °F

Feels like: -29 °F


 Whitehorse, Canada (The Yukon)

Yukon

Whitehorse, Canada

Temperature: 3 °F

Feels like: -11 °F


 International Falls, Minnesota

International Falls, MN

Mennonite volunteers from International Falls, Minnesota, Jolene Miller and Heather Sunne help fill sandbags in Moorhead, Minnesota following the Red River flooding. Andrea Booher/FEMA

Temperature: -30 °F

Feels like: -30 °F


 


 Nuuk, Greenland

Greenland

Nuuk, Greenland

Temperature: 15 °F

Feels like: -3 °F