Arab Weather - On Monday, 5 Iraqi cities recorded the highest temperatures in the world, exceeding 50 degrees Celsius, as a result of being affected by a regional heat wave.
The city of Amara recorded the highest temperature in the world at 52. Celsius, followed by the city of Nasiriyah with 51.8 degrees Celsius, then the western region with 51.6 degrees Celsius, then the city of Kut with 51.5 degrees, then the city of Basra with 51.4 degrees.
Al-Diwaniyah city ranked ninth with 51 degrees Celsius.
The highest temperature recorded in Iraq through the climate archive was 55.6 degrees Celsius in the western city of Ali, Maysan Governorate, on 6/7/2019.