Death Valley just recorded the hottest temperature on Earth

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Death Valley was the most heated place on Earth on Sunday. If verified, it might be the most heated temperature recorded in the world since 1913.

It’ll be even hot in the days following in Death Valley with a predicted high temperature of 129 degrees, per the NWS. The agency is warning people that stay in eastern California, Nevada, Arizona, and Utah to limit their time outside from between 5am and 8am.

The warmth is a result of air mass that’s settled over much of the West Coast.
But the monsoon hasn’t developed because it typically does so rather than heavy rainfall. Death Valley is getting hotter under high temperature, Berc told reporters.

It’s been a sweltering summer for much of the US citizen as last month was the most well-liked July on record for seven states along the East Coastconsistent with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

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