What Is the Highest Temperature?

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The highest temperature ever recorded on earth is 57.80 degrees Celsius in Al 'Aziziyah, Libya on 13th September 1922. In England, the highest ever recorded temperature is 38.50 degrees Celsius in Faversham, Kent on 10th August 2003. On the other hand, the lowest temperature ever recorded in the world is -89.20C in Vostock Station on 21st July 1983.
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Temperature is the level of heat in the atmosphere. The highest ever recorded heat was in Libya at 57.8 degrees with the UK far behind at 38.2 degrees in Kent.
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