Thursday, May 3, 2018

Nawabshah, Pakistan, sets April 30 record for highest global temperature ever: 122.4 degrees Fahrenheit

Map source:  Washington Post

Pakistan’s Searing April Temperatures Set New Global Record.  (Smithsonian, 5/3/2018)
On Monday, the city of Nawabshah reached 122.4 degrees Fahrenheit, causing heatstroke, power outages and general misery. 

Related posts:
Record-breaking heat at 16 locations in British Columbia.  (4/28/2018)
UPDATE: Twin-spin, record-setting heat in Adelaide.  (4/25/2018)
Across the Adriatic Sea from Italy, Croatia is broiling in the April heat.  (4/24/2018)
Record April heat in northern Italy.  (4/24/2018)
Arizona sets record for warmest 'cold season'.  (4/18/2018)
It's shaping up to be a broiling hot April in the Indian state of Odisha.  (4/17/2018)

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