Earth witnesses some really extreme weather conditions, out of which one is extreme heat. There are certain places in the world which are hot throughout the year and experience really high temperatures very often but on the other hand, there are certain places which experience unexpected hot days.
The temperature at a few places becomes so high that it extends even the 50 degree Celsius mark on a certain few days. Here’s a look at some of the highest temperatures ever recorded by countries.
On July 10, 1913, a place in the Death Valley, USA, touched the high temperature of 56.7 degree Celsius which is the highest to be recorded at this place ever. Kebili in Tunisia touched 55 degree Celsius on July 7, 1931 and this is the second highest temperature ever. Tirat Zvi, Israel experienced extreme hot weather conditions in June, 1942 and the highest temperature recorded was 53 degrees Celsius.
On May 26, 2010, Mohenjo-Daro, Pakistan witnessed 53.5 degree Celsius which is also among the highest recorded temperatures in the history of earth.52 degree Celsius is the next highest temperature which was experienced by both Sonora, Mexico and Nasiriyah, Iraq. Some other places to experience high temperatures are Jeddah in Saudi Arabia (52 degrees Celsius) and Alwar, Rajasthan (50.6 degrees Celsius).