Famed as the hottest destination, Death Valley recently caught everyone’s attention as it broke the highest temperature ever recorded on the Earth. Our planet is on fire and the United States’s lowest, driest and hottest location is burning at 54 degrees Celsius. Death Valley recorded the hottest temperature on Earth on 16th August and the National Weather Service declared it as the highest temperature ever recorded since 1913. Just as we thought 2020 can’t get any worse, the heatwave in Death Valley in southern California breaks our illusion!
About Death Valley
The Death Valley is located 282 feet below sea level in the Mojave Desert, USA. With around 576 residents, this spot in Southern California is one of the most visited places. The Death Valley National Park is a prime attraction for all wildlife lovers. On 16th August, the National Weather Service recorded 54.4 degrees Celsius at the Furnace Creek in the Death Valley. It is believed that the last highest temperature recorded on the Earth was 56.7 degrees Celsius and at the same spot.
After the Death Valley recorded the hottest temperature on Earth, scientists expect that the temperature will rise all over the world and summers are really going to be hot in 2020! If you are planning an excursion to the Death Valley National Park make sure to wait for the temperature to cool down and then head out! Stay hydrated and Stay Inside!
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