The highest temperature recorded on earth This time in so many years, in California, Death Valley ,Sundey temperature 54.4° C

California, Death Valley Sundey Measure highest record Tempareture 54.4° C

California, Death Valley Sundey Measure highest record Tempareture 54.4° C , It has become a deadly life loss for people

 The highest temperature recorded on earth


California US –  The mercury hit 129.9F (54.4C) in Death Valley, California on Sunday – a temperature that could be the hottest ever recorded on Earth.


The highest Temperature record in Sundey 54.4°C in California Death Valley

The National Weather Service (NWS) said the highest temperature was recorded near Furnace Creek near the Nevada border at 3.44pm on Sunday

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The data is re-examined by the National Information Center’s Environmental Data and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

The data is re-examined by the National Information Center’s Environmental Data and the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

where was the highest temperature on earth recorded

The current record for the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth was also logged in Death Valley, according to the WMO.

History of heat wave-highest temperature ever recorded on earth’s surface

 Christopher Burt, who is researching and studying the text of the Libya Heat Record and works for a private U.S. meteorological service, claimed in a 2016 article that the 1913 record was “basically impossible from a weather standpoint”.  He was (134F)

 This hit wave was recorded on July 10, 1913 at the Greenland Ranch.  The WMO did not consider the previous record of 58C recorded in Libya in September 1922 to be reasonable.  It was later added, when WMO recorded the highest hit record of 1922 recorded in Libya at 58 ° C.

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Experts say they are confident the temperature recorded over the weekend in Death Valley will stand..

What about the heatwave?

The current heatwave extends from southwest Arizona to the northwestern coast of the state of Washington.

The temperature will reach its peak on Monday and Tuesday. The temperature will start to drop by the end of the week.  .  However, this inflammation will continue for at least another 10 days.

  A large “fire” was reported in Lassen County on Saturday as temperatures rose in California.


Lightening strick the  Phoniex Skyline

  The Independent System Operators of California (CISO), which manages the state’s power system, has declared it a Stage 3 emergency, meaning “when [demand for electricity] begins to outpage supply.”

This means that if Sunday’s temperature is accurate, that is, if the 1913 record is broken, then 129.9F (54.4 C), logged near Furnace Creek on Sunday, will become the warmest temperature on Earth.  Another record temperature – 131 F, or 55 C – was recorded in Tunisia in 1913, but Mr. Bert was “seriously skeptical” 

Cause of heat and effect of heat

Record-breaking heatwave in California has caused the state to experience strong fires and power outages.


  Lightning strikes in northern California on Sunday sparked new fires.  Rare thunderstorms further fueled a huge forest fire that had already forced hundreds of people from their homes north of Los Angeles.

Lightening strick the  Phoniex Skyline

Pic credit – Rob Schumacher /the republic

  Nearly 4,500 buildings are in danger in the blaze that is burning towards the dense, dry brush of the Angels National Forest.

  What are the effects of extreme heat?

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Pic Curtsy – Rob Schumacher /the republic

  Officials define extreme heat over a period of two to three days of high heat and humidity, with temperatures above 90 degrees (32C).

  The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) of the U.S. Department of Public Health says heatwaves are killing more people on average than any other extreme weather event in the country.

  The immediate effects of heatwaves on the human body are heat cramps, dehydration and even potentially severe heat stroke.

  However, extreme heat can exacerbate pre-existing health conditions, including respiratory diseases, heart conditions and kidney disease, the World Health Organization (WHO) said.

  How to take care of yourself in hot weather

  It can also affect infrastructure.  In addition to straining power grids and creating blackouts, extreme heat can cause planes to melt, roads to melt, and the interior of vehicles to overheat to dangerous levels.

  Heatwaves can also have a devastating effect on agriculture – either killing and dying vegetables or encouraging the spread of plant diseases.

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