The coldest recorded temperature in Finland, -51.5°C, or -60.7°F, is in the village of Pokka, in Kittilä, and it is recorded on January 28, 1999. Although the temperature is not recorded by a GHCN land station, the information available in GHCN verifies that that was the coldest day among Kittilä GHCN stations, giving a temperature of -47.2°C at the Kittilä Kaukonen station. You’ll notice that the surface plot is viewed from below. This is because you have to look at it from underneath in order to see the inverted spikes that indicate exceptionally low temperatures. Have a look at an interactive version of the chart, and make your own new charts from nearby weather stations. The bigger the screen you have, the better, and even though it does take a minute for the chart to load, it is well worth it.