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Top 10 Hottest Cities in the World

Global Warming is affecting badly the climate that raises the highest temperature. There are many hottest cities in the world. Also, you can find the hottest cities in Pakistan. It means that global Warming is not only affecting the temperature in Pakistani cities. But a rise in temperature in hot cities of the world is found.

If you are looking for the top 10 hottest cities in the world, then you are on the right page; remain conducted to know the details about it.

Hottest Cities in the World

There are many places on the earth where extreme temperature is observed. Some of the hottest cities in the world are given below.  

Death Valley, California

According to a recent survey, the current highest temperature is recorded in “Death Valley,” California, USA. Various reports also note that it has the highest air temperature record on this planet. So, if you are planning to visit death valley, first know about the city’s weather.

It is a hot place due to a lack of water, heat, and also a mixture of geography. Some surveys suggest November is the best month to visit Death Valley city. During the winter, its temperature comes in the low elevation zoon, and some cool happens at nighttime. It has a desert, so avoid visiting the city in summer.

Death Valley, California

Mitribah, Kuwait

Mitribah is a city in Kuwait that is located northwest of it. It is another hottest place on the earth. The official temperature recorded in this city is 56-degree centigrade. In 2016 and 2017, extreme temperature was recorded in this city.

In Kuwait, the temperature is steadily increasing, and severe heat waves are observed in Mitribah. It is the continental region of Kuwait where the highest temperature is recorded.

Mitribah, Kuwait

Jacobabad, Pakistan

It is the hottest city in Pakistan, located around 44Km northwest of “Sukker” in Sindh. The highest temperature recorded there is 50-degree centigrade (120-degree F).

Due to extremely high temperatures, people face a lot of challenges. According to the research carried out at the Islamabad university, an extreme hot wave hit Pakistan in March and April. In June and July, climate temperature reached a high level.

The reason behind such extreme temperatures is the geographic location of the city. It comes under the tropic of Cancer, and the sun always remains over the head. So, arrange your trip for October to February if you want to explore this area; otherwise, hot airwaves will welcome you.

Jacobabad, Pakistan

Doha, Qatar

Doha, a city of Qatar, is another region on the earth considered on the list of hottest cities in the world. Here, the temperature consistently remains heaty, and extremely hot airwaves are observed in June and July.

According to the city’s geographic location, it lies under the subtropical zone. Also, there is a desert here, and low rain chances make their temperature too hot.

Therefore, it is not recommended to visit this city in summer. If you want to visit this location, then prefer to arrange your tour in December or January. Also, the spring season is comfortable to some extent there.

In summer temperature goes to 112-degree, and in winter, 56-degree. But it rarely occurs to go above and below the listed temperature respectively in summer and winter.

Doha, Qatar

Hong Kong, China

Hong Kong is the city of China and comes in the range of cities having a climate influenced by the monsoon, such as a subtropical climate. Here temperature goes to the highest peaks in summer, which makes it hottest, humid, and wet as well. But in winter, it is relatively cold and dry winter.

The temperature from May to September remains consistently hot. But from late October to March, the temperature is bearable.

According to a research survey conducted by Sunny Chan and Yun San, the hot weather of Hong Kong is due to its location, as it is located on the subtropical ridge. However, the presence of sinking makes the temperature very stable.

Hong Kong, China

Dallol, Ethiopia

Dallol, located in Ethiopia country has the record of being the hottest city in the world. It is situated near the Danakil desert, which has been abandoned for a long time to visit.

The Dallol, Ethiopia average temperature recorded is 106-degree or 41-degree centigrade. It comes in the hydrothermal zone of climate. The highest temperature recorded in this city is the 49-degree centigrade.

Here, the total area is around 2291.18 sqr Km having a total population of 83930. Therefore, it is recommended not to visit the city in summer. Also, visiting this place is dangerous as toxic gases are sometimes released from the “craters.”

Dallol, Ethiopia

Abadan, Iran

Abadan is located in the Khuzestan province of Iran. It is another hottest place on the earth. The average daily temperature recorded from May to September is 104-degree or 49-degree Celsius.

Therefore, it is advised for tourists to plan and organize their trips from November to February. As in Summer, hot waves are experienced that are unbearable and make it difficult to live in this climate.

Abadan, Iran

Djibouti City, Djibouti

Djibouti City is a small city located in Djibouti. Also, its location on the map makes it significant in global economics. In this city, trade traffic of ports from the red sea and the “Indian Ocean” significantly impacts the capital city’s economy.

The climate of the city is very harsh and hot. But despite this, trade is growing day by day. There is a lack of some resources, but naturally, it is benefited from the natural advantages. Here the temperature is rarely low, down to 70-degree in winter. The hottest month in this city is July which remains near 106-degree.

The city’s architecture, festivals, and diverse cuisine are worth watching. If you can stand in the heat, visit the city and enjoy its culture and festivals.

Djibout

Khartoum, Sudan

Khartoum is the capital city of Sudan, where almost the population is around 5 million. It is another hottest place on the earth. According to the trade point of view, the city has vital importance.

Khartoum’s temperature is less hot than Djibouti’s, but still, it ranges around 106-degree in May. The hottest month in this place is the May and June. However, in winter, you may get relief from the hot airwaves and may observe some chill airwaves.

This region’s climate is dry, as well as consistent torrid weather. The temperature in May is brisk to the skin, so if you plan to visit this city, keep some skin-protective clothes with you.

Khartoum, Sudan

Jizan, Saudi Arabia

Jizan city of Saudi Arabia is located near the “red sea .”It is also known as “Jazan .”It is expanded on the southern side of the “Tihamah plain” extended to the Saudi Arabia coast. This is considered the most fertile and productive area of Saudi Arabia.

Jizan is the hottest place on earth and is also popular for having the consistent highest temperature. Even during the winter, the temperature changes mildly and has an average temperature of almost 80-degree. So, if you plan to visit “Jazan city,” organize your trip for the winter season.

Jizan, Saudi Arabia

End Note

The hottest cities of the world are many but according to the lives where almost 10,000 people live are not higher. Some cities have consistent hot weather each year; however, in some cities, the extreme temperature is observed that is not consistent but occurs eventually.

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