Polar region beyond 85°
PolarLars | Premium last edited by
Why do Windy stopp at 85° South and North? I seem to remember it went all the way to the Pole some year ago?
Also, in Antarctica, north og 85° the location follows the correct Chilean timezone. South of 85° it jumps +18 hours.
Is this something we need to live with?
You never replied to my post:
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