It Became 129 Ranges In Iran Thursday, That’S One Of The Earth’S Freshest Temperatures Ever Recorded

Weather Underground weather historian Christopher Burt said in 2016 that such an extreme temperature was “not possible from a meteorological perspective.
The southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz soared to a brutal 129 degrees Thursday, which is Iran’s highest temperature ever recorded.
The official all-time world record temperature remains the 134-degree temperature measured at Death Valley, Calif, on July 10, 1913.
Another weather source, the Weather Underground, said Ahvaz hit 129.2 degrees Thursday afternoon.
The information comes from Etienne Kapikian, a meteorologist with Meteo France, the French national weather service.

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