13 Arab cities record highest temperatures globally

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Published: 2021-08-02 16:09

Last Updated: 2021-09-18 20:22


13 Arab cities record highest temperatures globally
13 Arab cities record highest temperatures globally

An international website specialized in monitoring temperatures has classified 13 Arab cities among the hottest regions in the world during the past 24 hours.

According to the Eldorado Weather website, 13 Arab countries out of 15 globally, have recorded the highest temperatures Monday.

Kuwait ranked eight among the 15 highest cities in the world, while Iraq came in second place with four cities, followed by Saudi Arabia with one city, Iran with one city and Brazil with one city.

List of the cities that recorded the highest temperatures Monday:

Jahra (Kuwait): 49.9 degrees.

King Fahd Airport in Dammam (Saudi Arabia): 49.8 degrees.

Sulaibiya (Kuwait): 49.8 degrees.

Colinas de Tocantins (Brazil): 49.7 degrees.

Basra (Iraq): 49 degrees.

Mitribah (Kuwait): 48.9 degrees.

Abdali (Kuwait): 48.6 degrees.

Kuwait International Airport (Kuwait): 48.6 degrees.

Wafra (Kuwait): 48.5 degrees.

Basra International Airport (Iraq): 48.5 degrees.

Khanaqin (Iraq): 48.5 degrees.

Abadan (Iran): 48.4 degrees.

Al-Nawaseeb (Kuwait): 48.4 degrees.

Badra (Iraq): 48.2 degrees.

Experimental farm area (Kuwait): 48.2 degrees.