Which country has the warmest region on the planet?
Death Valley in the US state of California recorded a temperature of 130 degrees Fahrenheit (54.4 degrees Celsius) on Sunday.
This reading was registered by an automated monitoring system at 3:41 pm at the Furnace Creek Visitor’s Center in the Death Valley National Park, California, USA.
Death Valley recorded 130 degrees Fahrenheit (54.4 degrees Celsius) on Sunday, the hottest day in the United States since 1913. The US Meteorological Agency has also confirmed the rise in temperature in Death Valley, while further rise in temperature is expected in the west coast this week. According to the US WMO’s (World Meteorological Organization) Weather and the Climate Extremes records, the hottest day on Earth was recorded in Death Valley in 1931 with a temperature of 134 Fahrenheit (56.6) degrees, but experts have expressed doubts about it.
The US News Agency says the temperature recorded in Death Valley on Sunday is the hottest day in the United States after 107 years. On the other hand, experts say that in 2013, the temperature of Death Valley was recorded at 129.2 degrees Fahrenheit (54) degrees Celsius, which is quite authentic.
On the other hand, California Independent System Operators has imposed a third-degree emergency due to the increase in electricity demand and supply due to the heat wave in California.
The southwestern United States is currently experiencing severe heatwave. Scientists say that such waves are becoming more and more dangerous due to climate change driven by human waves. Worldwide, the last five years have been the hottest in history.
Under the Paris Agreement, countries that are already obliged to limit temperature rise to “-15.7 degrees Celsius” from the industrial level, especially through a reduction in clean emissions. These goals are seen as an important point of view so that by the end of the century, a series of typing points will be the cause of irreversible global heating.