This is what it’s like in Antarctica during ‘Condition One’

Antarctica Condition One

When wind chills in most areas are below zero we like to complain about how unbearable it is to go outside and live our lives.

For workers in Antarctica temperatures can fall to below −99 °F with windspeeds over 62 miles per hour, and visibility less than 98 feet. When those conditions are met or exceeded it’s called ‘Condition One.’

When a Condition One weather alert is announced workers are not allowed to travel outside.

A worker staying in a dorm in the area decided to show exactly how bad it gets in Antarctica during a ‘Condition One’ alert.

Watch as they open a door to the outside world with very chilling effects — no pun intended.