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Photo Gallery: Soccer vs. Northwest, May 9, 2024
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You think it’s hot here?

Welcome to the top 10 hottest places ever recorded on Earth
photo courtesy of Baron Reznik
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Baron Reznik
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Clarksville has had some hot temperatures lately. The temperature hit 97 three days last week. Including humidity, the temperature felt over 100 degrees.

However, Clarksville is not even close to having the hottest temperatures on Earth. The top 10 hottest temperatures ever recorded, according to BBC’s Science Focus, are as follows:

10. Jeddah (Saudi Arabia): 52°C (125.6°F) June 22, 2010

9. Mexicali (Mexico): 52°C (125.6°F) July 28, 1995

8. Al Jazeera Border Gate (UAE): 52.1°C (125.8°F) July 2002

7. Turbat (Pakistan): 53.7°C (128.7°F) May 28, 2017

6. Basra (Iraq): 53.9°C (129°F) July 22, 2016

5. Mitribah (Kuwait): 53.9°C (129°F) July 21, 2016

4. Tirat Tsvi (Israel): 54°C (129°F) June 21, 1942

3. Ahvaz (Iran): 54°C (129.2°F) June 29, 2017

2. Kebili (Tunisia): 55°C (131°F) July 7, 1931

1. Furnace Creek, Death Valley (USA): 56.7°C (134°F) July 10, 1913

Hot enough for you?