The city of Aqaba in Jordan recorded the highest temperature in the world on Friday 9 October 2020, based on data from the World Meteorological Organization, and this organization is responsible for monitoring and documenting weather data across the world and studying its developments in the long term, according to Russia Today network.
The level of this exceptional temperature was set in Aqaba yesterday, Friday, at 44.6 degrees Celsius, ahead of what was recorded by several regions known for their hot weather in the Gulf countries and on countries in the Southern Hemisphere preparing for the summer season.
The Kingdom of Jordan has been witnessing a frequent and unusual heat wave since last September due to a hot air mass that raised temperatures to high levels, and led to fires in several neighboring areas of the Syrian and Palestinian territories.
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