5 Most Humid Places On Earth [ Sweatiest Places ]

Most Humid Places On Earth 

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If you have a fear of Heat and humidity and you are not a guy who much like summers so you must be aware of these 5 most humid places on earth so them you can keep them in your not to visit list.

From tropical mega cities to arid desert civilizations, we’re tracked down “5 Most Humid Places On Earth” If you’re not a fan of the sun, note these ten destinations down on your ‘do-not-visit’ travel list.

1. Jazan City, Saudi Arabia

Jazan has a hot desert climate (Köppen: BWh) with an average annual temperature above 30 °C (86 °F). The weather is very hot all year round and its average annual temperature is one of the hottest in the world, despite its (extremely mild) winters.

It is very humid but parched in some months, making the weather very volatile. Sandstorms are quite common in areas further from the sea.

The highest recorded temperature was 46.3 °C (115.3 °F) on September 15, 2006, while the lowest was 5.8 °C (42.4 °F) on February 7, 1993.

2. Bangkok, Thailand

Actually, beating the heat in Bangkok is tough. It’s always hot and even just walking down to the end of my soi (small lane) at 8am leaves me dripping with sweat. But, here are a few tips to help you beat the heat, whether you live in Bangkok or are just a tourist here. temperatures often get up to 38 degrees Celsius (100 degrees Fahrenheit) and, even at night, are still around 33 degrees Celsius (91 degrees Fahrenheit). So, how do you beat the heat?

3. Las Vegas, Nevada

Since weather records began in Las Vegas, Nevada in 1937, it has never been hotter than today – when it sizzled to 117 degrees. Only one other day in recorded history could match this heat: July 24, 1942.

4. Hong Kong, China

At the Hong Kong Observatory in Tsim Sha Tsui, the temperature reached 35.1 degrees, the highest this year and the third-hottest day recorded there in the month of May since 1885.

The outlying island of Peng Chau, west of Hong Kong Island, saw a high of 36.7 degrees while in Sheung Shui, in the northern New Territories, the temperature hit 36.6 degrees in the afternoon. In Ta Kwu Ling, in the northeastern New Territories near the border with mainland China, 36.3 degrees was recorded, the same as for Hong Kong Island’s Happy Valley district.

5. Mexicali, Mexico

The blistering heat is not confined to just the US side of the border. On June 21st Mexicali, home to Mexico’s hottest region reached a sizzling 124 degrees (51C), exceeding not just city but national record high for the month of June according to weather underground.

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