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On Wednesday, it hit 127.2F (52.9C), breaking the record for Iran’s hottest June temperature, only to be exceeded the next day.

These Iranian temperature extremes come just a month after several locations in the Middle East recorded their hottest May temperatures during another exceptional heat wave.

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A city in southwest Iran posted the country’s hottest temperature ever recorded on Thursday afternoon and may have tied the world record for the most extreme high temperature.

Site features include Iranian chat, photo galleries of single Muslims, a Persian message system...Kapikian said the temperature is a “new absolute national record of reliable Iranian heat” and that it was the hottest temperature ever recorded in June over mainland Asia. Weather Underground’s website indicates the temperature in Ahvaz climbed even higher, hitting 129.2F (54C) at both pm and 5pm local time.If that 129.2F reading is accurate, it would arguably tie the hottest temperature ever measured on Earth in modern times.The scorching temperature reading was brought about by a dome of heat centred over the Middle East.

The excessively hot air over Ahvaz, a city of 1.1 million people, felt even more stifling due to high humidity.This combination of heat and humidity was so extreme that it was beyond levels the heat index was designed to compute. The highest dew point ever measured on Earth is 95F (35C), set at Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, on 8 July 2003.