Sahara Desert Temperature

Sahara is considered one of the hottest deserts in the world, however, the temperatures aren’t constant and they vary based on the area.

So what is the Shara desert temperature? The Sahara Desert temperature is usually between 30°C and 50°C during the day. The highest temperature ever recorded in the Sahara Desert is 58°C. At night, the average temperature is between 10 and 20 degrees Celsius.

Sahara Desert Temperature

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.

Here is a detailed guide on the Sahara.

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