The mean temperature of the Sahara Desert is over 30 ºC (86 ºF).
The average summer temperature is 30 ºC (86 ºF); winter temperature 13 ºC (55 ºF), considered low for a desert but a fact, apparently. Some months have average temperatures of 40 ºC (104 ºF), often reaching the 50 ºC (122 ºF). Summer temperatures can show a daily range of more than 50 ºC - reaching that temperature during the day then plunging below freezing at night.
The highest recorded temperature was 58 ºC (136.4 ºF), in Libya.
The Sahara desert is quiet expansive, as such the "mean" temperature varies quite a bit, coastal areas of the desert being more temperate. Night temperatures (particularly during the winter months) can drop dramatically after sunset due to the lack cloud cover (as well as re-radiation); temperatures can drop to -5 ºC and some ares can even experience frost.
In the morning the temperature of the sahara desert is 100F9 (38C)
The temperature in the Sahara Desert varies, it does not have an all time temperature
The temperature in the Sahara desert can reach 500 degrees Celsius
The average temperature in the Sahara desert is 50 to 60 Fahrenheit
There is no 'Safari Desert.' Were you referring to the Sahara Desert?There is no 'Safari Desert.' Were you referring to the Sahara Desert?
The Sahara desert IS NOT hot all the time.Because the temperature in there always be changes. Example : In the afternoon,the Sahara desert is very hot.But,in the night,the temperature in the Sahara desert changes be colder.
The temperature in the Sahara Desert is indefinite, but sometimes it can be above 50 degrees celsius.
The Sahara covers most of Egypt. Therefore, the temperature of the Sahara in Egypt is synonymous with the temperature in Egypt.
Antarctica is cold and the Sahara is hot
The hottest temperatures of the Sahara have been measured in Libya.
the temperature is 70-90.
it can get up to 115 degrees