Death Valley Record Highest Temperature on the Earth.
Death Valley Reaches 54.4 Degrees in US. The Forecast Says that it is the hottest temperature in the Earth. Death Valley is hot enough to fry an egg.
Death Valley more than lived up to its name Sunday. When the mercury at the aptly named village of Furnace Greek Soared to a scorching 130 degree possibly the highest record temperature on the earth.
According to a report the sizzling reading was reached at 3:41 pm aimed a historic heat wave in the west. According to the national weather service.
If verified it would break death valley previous August record by three degree the Washington post reported. It also would be the top three highest temperature measured in the earth anytime.And may , in fact be the highest according to the newspaper.
We hit 130 degree today at Death Valley. The desert in the holds the records for the hottest temperature ever recorded on the planet 134 Degree. Which the Us Weather Beuru recorded on the July 10 1913 at Furnace Creek, However that measurement remains in the hot dispute.
In 2016 Chirstopher Burt an expert on extreme weather data concluded. That is was essentially not possible from a metro logical perspective the news outlet reported.
Some experts believe that the 129 degree recorded in Death Valley on June 30 2013 and in Kuwait and Pakistan in 2016 and 2017 respectively.
These values are the highest ever measured on the earth. If the 130 recorded on Sunday is confirmed it would be the highest temperature officially recorded on the planet.
Since 1931 and the third highest since 1873 according to the Washington post.
The Only Two Higher one include in 1913 reading in the Death Valley.