Sahara is considered one of the hottest deserts in the world, but according to records, it does not reach the highest temperatures. In the Sahara, the average during the day does not usually exceed 50 °C. At night, it is not as cold as it has been led to believe. The average is between 10 and 20 degrees Celsius.
However, temperatures in the Sahara are not constant; there is variability according to the geographical areas and their climatic characteristics. The northernmost latitudes are arid subtropical and have two rainy seasons, while the southern latitudes are tropical and have one rainy season.
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