Hottest Countries: Due to climate change, temperatures are always changing in different parts of the world.
Countries close to the earth’s equator are always warmer when compared to others that are far off.
However, countries in the tropics like Nigeria, are likely to be warmer than those of the temperate regions.
Nigeria has an annual temperature of 27.24°C. This is as a result of most of the hot days and warm nights.
Do you know that there are other nations, whose temperatures are far higher than 27.24°C? These countries have become the hottest countries in the world.
1. Burkina Faso
The Northern region of Burkina Faso is covered by the Sahara desert. Burkina Faso has 3 climatic zones: The Sahel, The Sudan-Sahel, and Sudan-Guinea.
The highest temperatures in some parts of the country are around 47°C.
It has a large Saharan region. Mali’s temperature is tropical with March to May being the hottest season, June to October being rainy and mild, while November to February is cool and dry. The average temperature in Mali is 36°C.
Located in the middle of the vast Pacific Ocean, Kiribati is an island nation and the hottest place in Oceania.
Kiribati has a tropical rainforest climate with an average temperature of 34°C.
Another hottest place in Africa is Mauritania. Approximately 90% of Mauritanian land is in the Sahara. Daytime temperatures exceed 38°C in most areas.
Senegal is located in Western Africa to the South of Mauritania, West of Mali, and North of Guinea. The location of Senegal is close to the Equator, and the country receives a hot climate daily. The hottest recorded temperature in Senegal is 50.5°C, and the average temperature is 34°C.
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