Coldest European capital cities (January mean average temperature)

Name the European capital cities that have a mean average temperature for January that is lower than 0.0°C. You will probably be surprised by the absence of some cities and the presence of some others.
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January Temperature
Capital City
-6.5°C
Moscow
-6.1°C
Vilnius
-4.6°C
Riga
-4.5°C
Minsk
-4.3°C
Oslo
-3.9°C
Helsinki
-3.5°C
Kiev
-3.4°C
Tallinn
-3.0°C
Warsaw
-2.8°C
Stockholm
January Temperature
Capital City
-2.4°C
Bucharest
-2.0°C
Prague
-1.9°C
Chisinau
-1.4°C
Sofia
-0.5°C
Sarajevo
-0.4°C
Bratislava
-0.4°C
Bern
-0.1°C
Zagreb
-0.0°C
Reykjavik
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Level 56
Dec 16, 2014
Reykjavik is around -0,5 C actually
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Level 28
Dec 16, 2014
Yes, you are right, for the 1961-1990 period the average of Reykjavik was -0.55°C. But for 1981-2010, that is usually the new period considered for calculating averages, it's +0.05°C. Here is the official data of the Icelandic meteorological office: http://www.vedur.is/Medaltalstoflur-txt/Stod_001_Reykjavik.ManMedal.txt

I can anyway add it on the list, with the value of 0°C. And I will remove Luxembourg, that is actually slightly warmer.

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Level 51
Jun 18, 2019
Vaduz?
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Level 51
Jun 18, 2019
On the answer box, it says Reykjavik is -0, not 0.