Highest Temperature in North America
Death Valley is well known and famous place in USA. Along with many other reasons of its popularity it has the distinction of being hottest place in North America. Temperature of 56.7 C was recorded in USA on 10 July 1913, which is highest recorded temperature not only in North America but also in the world.
This desert valley is located in Eastern California, Mojave Desert. Death Valley also holds distinction of being the driest and lowest area in North America.
Death Valley Facts
- Highest Recorded Temperature in North America
- Lowest Area in North America
- Driest Area in North America
- Situated in Eastern California, USA