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1. Highest temperature recorded on Earth
The highest temperature recorded on Earth has been measured in three major ways: air, ground, and through satellite. The former of the three is used as the standard measurement, and is noted by the World Meteorological Organization among others for the official record. How the record is taken though has been subject to controversy regarding various factors such as environmental conditions.
2. The hottest official temperature in the world was recorded in which location?
The air temperature of the aptly named Furnace Creek in Death Valley reaches a staggering average daily high of 115°F – making Death Valley the hottest place on Earth. It gets even hotter on the ground: a measurement of 201°F was taken on July 15 1972 – just 11 degrees away from the boiling point of water.
3. The hottest official temperature in the world was recorded in which location?
According to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), the highest temperature ever recorded was 56.7 °C (134.1 °F) on 10 July 1913 in Furnace Creek (Greenland Ranch), California, United States, but the validity of this record is challenged as possible problems with the reading have since been discovered. Christopher C. Burt, a weather historian writing for Weather Underground, believes …
4. The hottest official temperature in the world was recorded in which location?
The official weather station in Death Valley, California, recorded a temperature of 128 degrees Fahrenheit on Sunday, the highest recorded temperature on Earth since 2017. A temperature of 128.7 degrees Fahrenheit was recorded in Turbat, Pakistan, in May 2017, according to the World Meteorological Organization.
5. Death Valley
The official highest recorded temperature is now 56.7°C (134°F), which was measured on July 10, 1913, at Greenland Ranch, Death Valley, California. It is the current holder of the Guinness World …
6. The hottest official temperature in the world was recorded in which location?
In 2018 there were 430 stations across the globe that records the hottest all-time temperature and just 40 that recorded the coldest all-time temperature for that location.
7. The hottest official temperature in the world was recorded in which location?
Many are curious about the hottest temperature ever recorded, but there is misleading information out there with regard to this statistic. Until September 2012, the record for the world’s hottest temperature was held by Al Aziziyah, Libya that was reported to have reached a high of 136.4°F (58°C) on September 13 of 1922.
8. The hottest official temperature in the world was recorded in which location?
Global Warming and the Poles. The polar regions are more affected by climate change than other parts of the earth. While the world temperatures have increased by 0.60.6° Celsius (1.0° Fahrenheit) in the last century, the Arctic has warmed two times faster, by 3.0° Celsius, for example in Alaska, while in Antarctica the rise in temperature has been 2.5° Celsius (4.5° Fahrenheit).
9. The hottest official temperature in the world was recorded in which location?
For a record length of, say, 100+ years and NO long term warming trend, it is still expected from random weather variations that new record high temperatures will be recorded from time to time. The recent record high in Miami, FL was made in the middle of a vast concrete jungle that did not exist 100 years ago, and now averages 10 deg. F warmer at night than rural surroundings.
10. The hottest official temperature in the world was recorded in which location?
As a result, most extreme weather experts conclude the “real” hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth is 129.2 degrees in 2013, for which there is photographic evidence. Yes it is.
1. Death Valley sets record for planet’s hottest temperature in years — and the heat wave is forecast to spread
The brutal heat wave baking the Southwest and lower Plains states is going to move east and north to engulf much of the nation this week.
Published Date: 2020-07-15T04:51:00.0000000Z
BING based on video search results
|1 A place in Oman recorded the highest night temperature in the world|
|A place in Oman recorded the highest night temperature in the world The wilayat of Quriyat in Oman recorded the highest nighttime temperature ever at 42.6 degrees Celsius on June 27. The temperature was confirmed by the Oman’s Meteorology Department on Sunday. An official said that it was probably even higher at other locations, but wasn’t …|
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Wikipedia based search results
1. List of weather records
Advantour. "WMO verifies 3rd and 4th hottest temperature recorded on Earth". World Meteorological Organization. Archived from the original on 18 June 2019. Retrieved…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List of weather records
2. Highest temperature recorded on Earth
recorded-earths-hottest–temperature–in-1913/ Washington Post – New analysis shreds claim that Death Valley recorded Earth’s highest temperature in 1913…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Highest temperature recorded on Earth
3. List of extreme weather records in Pakistan
fifth-hottest place in the world. It is fifth-highest temperature ever recorded on Earth. The highest rainfall of 620 millimetres (24 in) was recorded in Islamabad…
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List of extreme weather records in Pakistan