These Three Arab States Become The Hottest Countries In The World With 50 Degree Temparatures

by Deeplata Garde
These Three Arab States Become The Hottest Countries In The World With 50 Degree Temparatures

Ever imagined what it would be to experience summers at 51 degrees Celsius? Well, unfortunately, this is the new normal temperature for these 3 Arab States. Iraq, Kuwait and Oman previously observed extreme summers this year and the weather has even resulted in human endangerment. If scorching heat keeps spiking like this in future days it would be unbearable to survive with this temperature in these regions.

Iraq, Kuwait And Oman Scales Heights On Hot Temperature List Of 2022

Iraq was the hottest nation, with temperatures reaching 50 degrees Celsius in Amara, in south-eastern Iraq. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia will experience a heat wave, with temperatures anticipated to reach 50 degrees Celsius in several parts of the country.

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Whereas, Kuwait came down to 4th hottest country among the three out of the list of Top 10. Al Jahra recorded 49.3 C, with Oman’s Fohoud city recording 48 C, making the Sultanate the world’s ninth hottest country. Saudi can experience an extreme heatwave in the coming days which can mark 50 degrees C. The highest temperature in almost all of the counties of the Eastern Province, as well as the areas between Medina and Yanbu, will reach 47 and 50 degrees Celsius, according to the centre.

Climate Changes In Gulf

Residents in Saudi have previously experienced a heat wave of 55 degrees Celsius. Further, the heat wave can persist through the summer in the coming months. Qatar, Bahrain and the UAE, have also been struck by the heat wave and residents in these countries have been recently warned to take extra precautions.


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Meteorologists have also warned Kuwait of a high-risk summer this year, with temperatures reaching 68 degrees. Meanwhile, UAE’s weather is likely to hit a maximum of 48 degrees in some parts. The temperature in Abu Dhabi will reach 41 degrees Celcius, 42 degrees in Dubai and 43 degrees in Sharjah.

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