Death Valley in California records the hottest temperature on Earth in more than a hundred years

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The US National Weather Service said that a reading of a thermometer in the Furnace Creek area in Death Valley in southern California’s desert rose to 54.4, becoming the highest degree Celsius recorded in the world for more than 100 years.

“If confirmed, it will be the highest officially proven temperature since July 1913,” the authority said of the recorded reading, indicating that the numbers are still preliminary.

The World Meteorological Organization says the record for the highest temperature ever, 56.7 degrees Celsius, was recorded in Death Valley on July 10, 1913.

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