June 18, 2019 The World Meteorological Organization has confirmed that at 53.9 degrees heat Mitribahe in Kuwait July 21, 2016 became the highest temperature ever recorded in the Asia and the third warmest temperatures observed on Earth.
Now the list of global temperature records is as follows …
First place. Death Valley in California
July 10, 1913 56.7 degrees was recorded here.
This place is the most arid national park in the United States, located to the east of the mountain range Sierra Nevada in California, USA, as well as a small enclave in the state of Nevada.
In July 1931, 55 degrees was recorded here.
It is a small coastal town in the north-eastern part of Tunisia, about 100 kilometers from the state capital. The city is situated on the top of the peninsula of Cap Bon in the Governorate of Nabeul.
July 21, 2016 was recorded 53.9 degrees temperature.
May 28, 2017 recorded 53.7 degrees temperature. City Turbat — is a small town in Balochistan province of Pakistan.