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<p>Hottest recorded temperature celebrated</p>

<p>Death Valley National Park celebrated their 100 year unbroken streak for having the hottest recorded temperature on planet earth: 134 degrees.</p>

Hottest recorded temperature celebrated

Death Valley National Park celebrated their 100 year unbroken streak for having the hottest recorded temperature on planet earth: 134 degrees.

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Death Valley recorded the hottest known temperature — 134 degrees on July 10, 1913

100 years ago

DEATH VALLEY, Calif. — The next time you’re sweating and complaining that this summer is just too hot, consider this fun fact in weather world history: Exactly 100 years ago Wednesday, Death Valley National Park set the hottest temperature ever recorded in the world — 134 degrees Fahrenheit.