The human has the capacity to withstand a particular temperature. What will happen if it is crossing the limit, it becomes unbearable, and even loss of life is possible. Such unbearable temperatures are recorded around the world this year. In India, people are suffering from the heatwave and the temperature is over 40°C in various places. However, there are 10 hottest places in the world that recorded their new highest temperature this year. Let us check them out.
1. Death Valley National Park, California
Death Valley in California is well known for the hottest and driest place in the world. The world record highest air temperature of 56°C was recorded at Furnace Creek on July 10, 1913. The summer temperature in Death Valley is because of the depth and shape of Death Valley. The lowest moisture content is the reason for dry “rainshadow.” It also recorded the warmest summer in June of this year.
2. Al Jahra, Kuwait
Kuwait has also now been considered as one of the hottest places in the world in 2021. It has recorded its highest temperate 53.5°C, in the Northern city of Al Jahra. Its neighboring countries like Iraq and Iran have also recorded the highest temperature of 51.6°C and 51°C. But comparatively, Kuwait reached the highest than its neighbors.
3. Jacobabad, Pakistan
Jacobabad has recorded the hottest temperature that is not bearable for humankind. Its recorded temperature is 52°C. It experienced the burning climate change as it is located along the Indus valley on the Tropic of cancer. For this reason, in this location, the sun is directly overhead during the summer months. The worst unliveable condition occurs due to the increases in temperature caused by the combination of high heat and humid air from the Arabian Sea.
4. Lytton, Canada
Lytton, a village in Canada that just has a total population of 250 people, became the limelight in the news as the hottest location during this month. It recorded a temperature of 49.6°C, the highest throughout its history. Scientists say the heatwave is worsening by the impacts of anthropogenic climate change.
5. Dallol, Ethiopia
Dallol is one of Earth’s most volcanic regions where living is the hardest one. It is the hottest living place on Earth, having a daily temperature of 46°C. This tiny village in Ethiopia has recorded the highest temperature ever seen recently, which is about 48°C.