America is on fire. Death Valley is the hottest and driest place in the United States at 86 meters below sea level, called Death Valley. In Death Valley, the temperature on July 9 reached 54.4 degrees, which was recorded as one of the hottest temperatures on Earth.
According to the US Meteorological Administration, Death Valley National Park recorded 54 degrees on the 10th and 11th, so this abnormal temperature is no joke.
Death Valley, famous for its heat, recorded the same 54.4 degrees in August, and it is undoubtedly the hottest temperature on earth in 2020 and 2021. The highest temperature ever exceeded this temperature was 56.7 degrees Celsius recorded in the same Death Valley on July 10, 1913. It was followed by 55 degrees recorded in Tunisia on July 7, 1931. Meteorological historians have evaluated that 56.7 degrees Celsius in Death Valley in 1913 is meteorologically improbable.
The U.S. Meteorological Administration records June 2021 as the hottest June in U.S. history, but this record-breaking heatwave is only one of many impacts of climate change. Other than human-caused climate change, these unusual heatwaves are unlikely to happen, but he says it may no longer be unusual. Related information can be found here.