You are here
Home > Did You Know! > Kuwait Decleared Hottest Country in the World, with Temperatures Exceeding 50 Degrees Celsius

Kuwait Decleared Hottest Country in the World, with Temperatures Exceeding 50 Degrees Celsius

In the year 2021, the highest temperature in the world has been recorded in the state of Kuwait.

According to the report, 53.2 degrees Celsius was recorded in Kuwait’s Nawsib region, which is the hottest temperature in the world. According to the United States’ El Dorado, which collects temperature data, Kuwait recorded the highest temperature in the world this year. The Kuwaiti city of Naseeb recorded 53.2 degrees Celsius so far this year. Meanwhile, Ahwaz and Al-Amidiya recorded 50.1 degrees Celsius in Iran, while Al-Jahra in Kuwait recorded 49.7 degrees Celsius.

According to the daily Al-Rai, this is the second time in less than a month that Kuwait has topped the list of cities in the world in terms of high official temperature. On June 5, Kuwait and the Qatari city of Doha topped the list of 143 capitals around the world, with the highest temperatures recorded.

Kuwait and Doha recorded 48 degrees Celsius, according to the Norwegian Time and History website, which specializes in climate and weather.

Leave a Reply

Top