THE HOTTEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD

There are more than 200 countries in the world, each with unique weather conditions. In some regions the climate is very hot, in others the cold weather prevails, and in others the air temperature is balanced all year round. Of course, the vast majority of people prefer to live and rest in countries with the best climate, such as Spain or Greece, where there are virtually no excessive fluctuations in temperature.

The hottest countries in the world

Note that the coldest countries in the world - Canada, Russia and China. However, on our planet there are many states on the territory of which there are incredibly high temperatures during the year. And people live there too. These are mostly African regions, located closer to the equator of the Earth. And also some islands in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Next, let's highlight the hottest countries in the world in 2021.

Note. The ranking of the hottest countries is based on current data from the independent World Population Review.

TOP 10 HOTTEST COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD 2021

COUNTRY MEAN ANNUAL TEMPERATURE ° C MEAN ANNUAL TEMPERATURE ° F
1. Burkina Faso 28.25 82.85
2. Mali 28.25 82.85
3. Kiribati 28.20 82.76
4. Tuvalu 28 82.4
5. Djibouti 28 82.4
6. Senegal 27.85 82.13
7. Maldives 27.65 81.77
8. Mauritania 27.65 81.77
9. Palau 27.6 81.68
10. Benin 27.65 81.59

The hottest country in the world in 2021 is Burkina Faso. The record high recorded temperature is 47 ° C (117 ° F). The state is located in the western part of Africa (Sahara desert) and is landlocked. The lack of a coastline prevents relatively cool air from the Atlantic Ocean, which is about 480 km to the south, from reaching the country. Burkina Faso is blown around by the heat from the Harmatan, a dry easterly wind that brings considerable dust and heat from the Sahara.

Important. The highest temperature ever recorded was 56.7° C (134° F) at Farnes Creek Run in Death Valley National Park in the United States on July 10, 1913. Today, some experts doubt the accuracy of these observations. But in 2018, another record was set in the same Death Valley. The average monthly temperature in July reached 42.78 °C. It was the hottest month on record.

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