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View Poll Results: How close is the location to beat world hottest, driest and sunniest places?
A+ 1 10.00%
A 2 20.00%
B 0 0%
C 0 0%
D 0 0%
E 2 20.00%
F 5 50.00%
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Old 09-22-2019, 10:09 AM
 
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Oh, okay then. It might be inhabited but they need some special A/C year round in that desert climate. You’re just saying it’s better than any other hot place?
The sentence "in terms of beating other places" means that is there any place hotter than this or this is the hottest, so I said that it's have highest summer temperature, lowest relative humidity and highest sunshine hours but there are some other places which have higher mean annual temperature.
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Old 09-22-2019, 01:16 PM
 
Location: Paris, France
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you are too close to the equator not to be influenced either by monsoon winds or convection which would limit temperatures by increasing relative humidity, such averages in summer are unlikely therefore for the latitude.

The highest values ​​are found between the tropics and the latitude of the horses, in the anticyclonic zone of subsidence, ie between 23 ° N and 30 ° N. and especially around 30°

Other important factors are a low elevation, shelter from the winds coming from colder areas by mountains, the distance from any mass of deep water.

such conditions are met, for example, in southern Pakistan, Iran and Iraq in the plains of southwestern Algeria and ofc death valley which has a particular topography although being 35° latitude.

in these places, averages of 46-48C are regularly reached and homogeneously, with low variability in the months. Records are often 52-54C mark during heat waves. During the 2017 heat wave in the Middle East, the Iranian city of Abadan had a high July average of 49.5 C! the highest value was only 52.3C.


https://en.tutiempo.net/climate/07-2017/ws-408310.html
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Old Today, 03:58 PM
Status: "The Sharpest Harpoon of Nordkapp" (set 17 hours ago)
 
Location: Honningsvåg, Nordkapp, Norway
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F–...but one more question...why so much fiction? Why not factual instead? This is not UN forum to show made up fake data....this is weather forum instead. Only REALITY please!

This forum seems very much interested in fiction too much.
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