• Phoenix recorded 143 days over 100°F (38°C) and 50 days over 110°F (43°C) in 2020

    Extremely hot weather persist all summer season in the warmest, desert parts of the USA and hot and dry weather is projected during the rest of autumn 2020 and in the winter 2020/2021 /https://mkweather.com/2020/10/16/noaa-winter-2020-2021-outlook-for-the-usa//. In Phoenix, Arizona, maximum temperatures in 2020 has reached more than 100°F (38°C) in 143 days ...
  • 16327 lighting strikes and 367 new fires for 4 days in California, Phoenix 42 days ...

    On the Southwest and West is situation critical. Except of excessive and record-breaking heatwave, with temperatures the highest on Earth minimally past last 90 years /https://mkweather.com/2020/08/17/right-now-death-valley-with-the-hottest-ever-recorded-temperature-on-the-planet-or-minimally-since-1931-130f-54-4c//, the storms iniciating the next wildfires have occurred above large parts of Southwest and West of US. Only in California, between Saturday, 15. August ...
  • Tunisia +50,2°C / 122°F, South Africa -14,6°C / 6°F: Sahara with the hottest day of ...

    2 faces of Africa we can see on Monday, 17. August 2020. While in the North summer 2020 in on his peak, with maximum temperatures up to +50,2°C (122°F) in Gabes, Tunisia (5°C below African record from Tunisia, 1931), in the South Africa big Antarctic coldwave with wind, snow and ...
  • Right now: Death Valley with the hottest ever recorded temperature on the planet, or minimally ...

    A temperature of 54.4°C – or 129.9°F – has been recorded in Death Valley, California on Sunday, 16. August 2020, in what weather watchers noticed could be the hottest reading ever reliably recorded on the planet (if we not recognize more than 100 years valid, but not fully reliable measures from ...
  • Deadly heatwave across a large part of the southwest United States: 122°F / 50°C, in ...

    Across a large part of desert-climate southwest United States, deadly heatwave is bringing temperatures across populated area up to 122°F / 50°C. Extremely hot is across long belt from Mexico to northern Canada. This extreme circulation pattern is linked with extreme deep cyclone over Arctic /https://mkweather.com/2020/07/29/the-2nd-deepest-summer-cyclone-in-history-over-arctic-heatwave-starts-on-the-west-near-seattle-109f-43c-is-expected//. Hot air is transitioned ...