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Furnace Creek in Death Valley just hit the hottest temperature recorded on earth in at least a century

Breadcrumb Trail LinksNewsEnergyCommoditiesThe temperature soared to 130 FahrenheitAuthor of the article:ReutersPublishing date:Aug 17, 2020  •   •  < 1 minute readA sign warns of extreme heat as tourists enter Death Valley National Park in California. Photo by Reuters/Steve Marcus/File PhotoArticle SidebarArticle contentThe hottest air temperature recorded anywhere on the planet in at least a century, and…

Furnace Creek in Death Valley just hit the hottest temperature recorded on earth in at least a century

The temperature soared to 130 Fahrenheit

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Aug 17, 2020  •   •  < 1 minute read

A sign warns of extreme heat as tourists enter Death Valley National Park in California. Photo by Reuters/Steve Marcus/File Photo

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The hottest air temperature recorded anywhere on the planet in at least a century, and possibly ever, was reached in Death Valley in California’s Mojave Desert on Sunday afternoon where it soared to 130 Fahrenheit. Freddie Joyner has more.

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