Thursday, August 3, 2017

Hot Hot ... Hotter Than Hell!

For the more cosmopolitan of our audience, that's 41.888889°C & 41.777778°C, respectively.
According to the Los Angeles Times, the average nighttime temperature for July in Death Valley was 95 [35C] degrees. Daytime highs? 119.6 [48.666667C] degrees. “It looks like there were a couple of days below 115 [46.1111C],” Alex Boothe, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service, told the Times.

Death Valley clocked the highest temperature ever recorded at 134 [56.6667] degrees. The record was hit in June of 1913. On June 24 of this year, the park hit a high of 127 [52.7778C] degrees.

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