What Is the Highest Temperature in the Saharan Desert?


The highest ever recorded temperature in the Sub Sahara Desert is 58 degrees Celsius in the summer season. The high temperatures are due to the high-pressure cells over the tropic of cancer. The climate of the area is dictated by unstable marine air mass and a stable continental air mass.
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The highest temperatures of the Sahara desert is 55 degrees Celsius. It is the hottest and largest desert in the world. The Libyan Desert, comprising the north-eastern section of the Sahara, holds the record for the highest temperature measured on Earth when it reached 57.8° C (136° F) in 1922.
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