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Death Valley is hottest place ever recorded

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In 1913 a temperature of 56.7 degrees Celsius was recorded in California's infamous Death Valley.

For nearly a century the Mediterranean city of El Azizia in northern Libya has held the official title for having been the hottest place on Earth ever recorded.

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Confirmation at last! California = Hell.

(only kiddin)

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Confirmation at last! California = Hell.

(only kiddin)

Depends what part of California you live in. I live in a valley that regularly has temperatures between 100 - 110 fahrenheit(sometimes higher during a bad heat wave) during summer. It's never below 95 unless we're having a cold spell. Before this year, we had 3 or 4 cool summers in a row, that was nice. This year has been worse since we're getting Arizona's monsoon weather for some reason and it's bringing in all this muggy air.

But then I could take a 20-30 minute drive over the mountains and suddenly emerge in 70-80 degree weather.

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i live in san francisco and its cold as *beep*

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I have friends at both ends. Northerners ,and mid state,are much cooler than southerners .

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Regularly gets to 40degrees plus in Perth West Australia in simmet

usually for a week a tear high 30s with a few 40plus days. If it's 39 or 45 it still feels the same, Effing hot!

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Couldn't take living someplace that hot.

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