Earth’s highest temperature recorded on Sunday
Temperatures in Death Valley in California reached 130 degrees on Sunday. Earth’s highest temperature (Hottest Temprature) was recorded on Sunday.
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Randy Cervany, head of the World Meteorological Organization, said that all the facts I have given so far have been based on a valid inspection. In an email to the Washington Post, he wrote that on behalf of the Metrological Organization, I recommend that this survey be accepted first. He said that in the coming weeks, we will definitely investigate the details with the National Climate Extreme Committee.
107 The temperature was first recordedThe highest temperature in Death Valley was 134 degrees Fahrenheit (57 degrees centigrade) on 10 July 1913 at Furnace Creek. Experts could not believe this record for years. Christopher Burt gave a comprehensive review of this record in the year 2019. Extreme Weather Data expert Christopher concluded that all this is not necessarily possible from the perspective of the weather. He said that the temperature of Kebili and Tew Nishia was recorded at 131 degrees F on July 7, 1931.
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Many believe that on 30 June 2013, the temperature in Death Valley was 129 Fahrenheit. Kuwait and Pakistan recorded the highest temperatures on Earth in the years 2016 and 2017. If these temperature readings are considered, then the 130 degree temperature is the highest ever. Death Valley of America has the lowest, driest and hottest place.