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Noon, pending on latitude and longitudinal location.
EDIT: Noon is kind of a misconception. Typically the hottest hour of the day is 3pm. This is due to water vapor charging up with heat and finally radiating with the sunlight. Noon is merely when the sun is the most directly over head.
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Why is the longest day of the year not the hottest day?

Thermal Lag . \nFor the same reason that it's not hottest at noon: \ntemperature lags heat input. \n. \nThe earth doesn't come to equilibrium on the day with \nthe highest heat input; the next day the sun is still putting\nenough heat into the system to make it a little warmer.\nAnd the next da (MORE)

What is the hottest day ever recorded?

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What is the hottest day in history in the world?

On September 13, 1922 the highest temperature ever recorded on Earth was reached in Al 'Aziziyah, Libya, a city in the north of Africa . The temperature that day was an incredibly hot 136°F (57.7°C)! That's about as hot as a cup of hot chocolate you might drink! Except instead of being comfo (MORE)

Hottest time of day?

The hottest part of the day is 3 pm in the afternoon. The sun isthe highest in the sky at noon, after that time heat builds up andthen peaks at 3 pm.

What is the hottest day of the year?

Actually, statistically it is July 31 in the northern hemisphereand January 31 in the southern hemisphere, the day on which the sunno longer heats the earth and because of axial tilt the ground inthat hemisphere starts cooling as the cooling action of longernights and decreased angle of the sun is a (MORE)

Why does the hottest day occur after the longest day?

because the sun is closer earth Answer: There is very little relation between the hottest day and the longest day. For the northern hemisphere the longest days are in summer when the axial tilt of the Earth lets the sun's rays fall more directly on the surface. However the warmest days can occu (MORE)

Hottest day in Baker California?

The highest recorded temperature in Baker, California is 124degrees Fahrenheit. The record low temperature in Baker is 14degrees Fahrenheit.

What was the hottest day in San Jose?

According to the Western Regional Climate Center (www.wrcc.dri.edu) the hottest day ever in San Jose CA was June 14, 2000 at 109 degrees. It beat a long-standing record of 108 set on July 14, 1972.

Hottest Day in Texarkana Texas?

The highest recorded temperature in Texarkana Texas was one hundredand seventeen degrees or 47 degrees C. This occurred in 1936.

What is the hottest part of the day?

The hottest part of the would be somewhere in between 1 and 5...depends on where you are in the world and if its winter or summer. Most winters hottest part of the day is at 12 to 3 and in the summer the hottest part of day is in between 2 and 5.

Hottest day ever in Bermuda?

The highest temperature is 93 degrees in Bermuda. This was recordedin August, 1989. The lowest temperature was 44, recorded inFebruary, 1950.

When was the hottest day?

Well I don't really know cause I've only lived in San Jose, CA its in the USA and the hottest day was in august like 123 degrees in august 2010 i was sweating so much i was in After School All-Stars!

Is the summer solstice the hottest day of the year?

No, not necessarily. It is the longest day and it is when the solar declination is greatest, however that does not necessarily make it the hottest day. The hottest time of year is typically a month or two after the solstice after the land, and especially water, has heated enough to heat the air abov (MORE)

What was the hottest day on earth?

The highest reliably recorded temperature on Earth was in DeathValley, 53.9 °C (129 °F) recorded five times: 20 July 1960, 18 July1998, 20 July 2005, 7 July 2007, and 30 June 2013.

What is the hottest day in Darwin ever?

Well in July 1985 the hottest recorded temperature was around 32 degrees Celsius and about 90 degrees Fahrenheit. Since then the Australia National institute of Meteorology has accredited with being the hottest ever temperature for a northern territory city ever.

Is noon the hottest part of the day?

No. The hottest part of the day is in fact after noon, just before the sun begins to set, when the temperature begins to drop. This is because when the sun is up, the temperature rises.

What was the hottest day in Hobart?

According to the Australian weather site Weatherzone , Hobart's hottest day was on 4 January 1976, when the temperature reached 40.8 degrees Celsius. Edit: On January 4 2013 Hobart reached it highest temperature since records began in 1899, 41.8 ° C (107.2 ° F)

What part of the day is the hottest?

Typically, it is later in the afternoon. The sun is at its highest point around noon (depending on daylight savings time), but it takes time to heat the land up. By later in the afternoon, sometimes nearly as the sun is setting, the atmosphere will heat to its warmest temperature.

Why is noon the hottest part of the day?

Noon is the hottest time of the day because during noon time the Sun is right above us and the rays of the Sun fall directly. The direct rays of the Sun are hotter than the slanting rays.

What is the hottest day in rome?

I was in Roma in may 2003 and it was 48.6 degrees at half past 8 in the evening so I can just guess what it was like during noon. This summer was the hottest in whole of Europe I believe.

When was the hottest day in Pakistan?

The hottest day in pakistan was in Mohenjo Daro Pakistan 2010/5/26and the temperature was 53.5 degrees Celsius. but when i went toPakistan it was 50.6 degrees Celsius.

What was the hottest Christmas day in Australia?

Many places in Western Australia, South Australia and westernQueensland record extremes of heat on Christmas Day, but there areno official figures for the hottest Christmas Day anywhere onrecord in Australia. Locals in the Pilbara region of WesternAustralia speak of a day in the early 1980s when the (MORE)

What does a jackrabbit do during the hottest time of the day?

A jackrabbit will spend the hottest part of the day resting in a bed scratched out at the base of a shrub or in a clump of tall grass where the shade will protect it from the heat . The jackrabbit's large ears also help the hare keep cool . The blood vessels in the ears expand to allow the blood to (MORE)

What is the hottest day of the month of June?

This would of course depend on the country and the place, but it can't be said really. Depends on the weather of that year. Since June is hottest month in some countries, you'd say the day exactly in the middle, since after that we're going down to winter instead of creeping up to the peak of summer (MORE)

What is hottest part of day?

As the sun rises, the radiation increases, bringing the sun to the highest point at noon. The sun's rays cause sunburn in the shortest amount of time, however, that doesn't mean that it is the hottest point in the day, temperature-wise. This taken into account, the day does not reach its temperature (MORE)

What was the hottest day in Queensland?

As of February 2013, the highest officially recorded temperature inQueensland was 49.5 degrees Celsius at Birdsville, in the state'ssouthwest, on 24 December 1972. The highest unofficial temperature in Queensland was 53.1degrees Celsius, recorded at Cloncurry in 1889. The outbackQueensland town of (MORE)

Why is July 31 the hottest day?

July 31 is not the hottest day of the year throughout the northern hemisphere. The day of the year with the highest average temperature for each location depends not only on the time of the year but also on nearby terrain and prevailing weather patterns.

Is the summer solstice the coldest or hottest day?

It is NEITHER. The summer solstice is the day with the most hours of continuous daylight. It could be very hot or very cold depending on where you are, but that is not the point I am trying to make here.

Why is the afternoon time the hottest temperature of the day?

Temperature increases as the sun heats the ground, which in turn heats the air. Although the sunlight hits the ground with the greatest intensity at noon, it continues to heat the ground afterwards. However, in the early evening as the sun begins to set, it no longer strongly heats the ground. As th (MORE)