Iran prepares for hell
It's kind of hot here in Jerusalem today, but nowhere near as hot as in Iran (it's dry heat here in Jerusalem), where it's hot enough to prepare for hell
Due to extreme heat and humidity, Bandar Mahshahr registered an
apparent temperature of 154 F (68 C) on Thursday. "That was one of the
most incredible temperature observations I have ever seen and it is one
of the most extreme readings ever in the world," stated AccuWeather
Meteorologist Anthony Sagliani.
However, such an exceptional apparent temperature outdid itself on Friday.
The combination of an actual temperature of 115 F (46 C) and a dew
point temperature of 90 F (32 C) pushed the apparent temperature to 163 F
(73 C) Friday afternoon local time. This reading would have been even
higher if a breeze was not blowing, a factor in the calculation of the
"A strong ridge of high pressure has persisted over the Middle East
through much of July, resulting in the extreme heat wave in what many
would consider one of the hottest places in the world," stated Sagliani.
Amid this heat wave, Baghdad experienced its all-time record high on Thursday when temperatures soared to 124 F (51 C).
"Around the Persian Gulf, where water temperatures are in the lower
to middle 90s (30s C), the extreme heat combines with incredibly high
humidity to produce astounding apparent temperatures," Sagliani
continued in regards to the exceptional feeling heat around Bandar
There's no relief expected anytime soon.
Labels: Iran, Iraq