The hottest day on record in Cincinnati was July 3rd, 1934, when the temperature hit 108.
The hottest temperature was 44.4f
the hottest temperature was 107 degrees
It doesn't. Venus has the "hottest" temperature of the planets.
hottest temperature was 50.6 °C
The temperature of the hottest stars is upto 40,000 Kelvin.
the hottest recorded temperature in Pennsylvania was 111 degress F
Venus is the hottest planet and its average temperature is 464 degrees.
the hottest temperature in lut is 71 degrees Celsius
The planet with the hottest temperature is Venus with its temperature of 464 degrees Celsius
Mercury is the hottest planet
the hottest temperature of the world in 2007 was 55 celcious in Dubai
32.9 degrees Celsius is the hottest temperature recorded in Scotland
In 2007, Albuquerque. N.M. was said to have the hottest temperature in America.
The hottest temperature recorded in California is 134 Fahrenheit in Death Valley. This is the hottest temperature recorded in the United States and the entire western hemisphere. This is the second hottest temperature recorded after 136 Fahrenheit in Libya.
In Prague, the summer months are the hottest. The hottest temperature ever recorded in the city happened on July 19, 2014. The temperature climbed to 100. 4 degrees.
The hottest time and temperature in the Congo rainforest is between January and June. There is a slight difference between the hottest and lowest temperature in the Congo rainforest.
the hottest was 102F.
no,it is not the hottest planet venus is
The hottest temperature a human has created is 752,450,000 approved by science
Hottest: 102 Coldest -52
California has the hottest temperature ever recorded in the US (2nd hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth). About 57°C (134°F)
In the vicinity of volcanic vents the temperature is at its hottest. The deepest, hottest vents are hot enough to melt lead. They are estimated to be about 450 degrees C.
The hottest temperature in Manila was recorded last May 14, 1987. The temperature then, it got its peak of about 38.5 degrees Celsius.
The hottest temperature recorded in Belgium was recorded in Uccle, Belgium. The temperature was 102 degrees Fahrenheit in June of 1947.