World’s Record Heatwaves Of The 1920s

There is only one long-term GHCN station in the interior of Africa. It is located at Zinder, Niger.  The record heatwave there was 123 consecutive days over 100F from March 7 to July 7, 1922 – peaking at 121F on April 22. Average maximum temperature during that stretch was 113F.

BOM used to have this web page up showing the world record heatwave of 1923-1924 at Marble Bar, West Australia.

BOM – Australian Climate Extremes

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