Average annual temperature varies widely across Russia, but parts of Siberia can experience temperatures below -40°C (-40°F) in the winter.
Average annual temperatures in northern Canada can range from around -20°C (-4°F) to -30°C (-22°F) or lower.
The average annual temperature in Greenland is around -9°C (16°F), with colder temperatures in the northern parts.
Mongolia's average annual temperature can be around -2°C (28°F), with much colder temperatures during the winter months.
The average annual temperature in Iceland hovers around 1°C (34°F), with colder temperatures in the interior regions.
Finland's average annual temperature is about 4°C (39°F), but temperatures can drop significantly during the winter months.
Estonia's average annual temperature is approximately 6°C (43°F), with colder winters in the northern parts
Average annual temperatures in Kazakhstan can range from -4°C (25°F) to -20°C (-4°F) or lower in some areas.
Norway's average annual temperature varies, with coastal areas experiencing milder temperatures around 7-10°C (45-50°F)
Sweden's average annual temperature varies, but it's generally around 5-7°C (41-45°F), with colder temperatures in the northern regions.