Death Valley

While in the United States, a severe heat wave is continuing. And the temperature is predicted to increase further, tourists are reaching the hottest region on earth, ‘Death Valley’ Desert Park.

According to the Associated Press, this desert area is located on the border of California and Nevada.
A tourist from Germany, Daniel Joss, shared a picture of a thermometer on the occasion of the visit. He saying that he was living through the challenge of scorching heat.

“What I’m particularly noticing is that I’m not feeling too hot,” he said.
The thermometer shows the mercury at 120 degrees Fahrenheit (48 degrees Celsius).

Most tourists get out of their air-conditioned vehicles, go some distance into the park. And spend a short time on their way back.
Temperatures could reach 130 degrees Fahrenheit (54 degrees Celsius) by the end of the week. But the ‘warning’ doesn’t seem to be deterring those who plan to ‘brave the heat’, authorities say.

Most of the tourists who visit Death Valley every year come in the months of June, July and August
Most of the tourists who visit Death Valley every year come in the months of June, July and August

Signs in the area advise against going there after 10 a.m., but temperatures are likely to exceed 90 degrees Fahrenheit (32 degrees Celsius) at night.

Highest temperature

According to park records, the highest temperature ever recorded was 134 Fahrenheit (56 Celsius) in July 1913.
Death Valley Park officials urge visitors to take all possible precautions to protect themselves, but some assistance is available for those driving in the desert.

But there is no guarantee that those wandering in the desert will get help in time.
More than 1 million people visit this desert park every year, and a fifth of this number come here in June, July, and August.

Most tourists go there wanting to see something new, but climbing the dunes adds to the feeling of warmth as the rocks and sand remain warm long after the sun goes down.

The park has deserts, mountains and narrow paths
The park has deserts, mountains and narrow paths

“It feels like the sun is going through your skin and into your bones,” says park management official Nicole Endler.
Similarly, some tourists have mentioned dry eyes due to the rain running in the desert.
According to Alicia Dempster from Scotland, ‘It’s very hot here, and you want a breeze.’

According to the information on the valley’s website, it is below sea level and is very narrow in places, while there are also dunes with very little vegetation, which leads to direct sunlight, which makes everything very hot. It happens, and during this time, a strong, hot wind blows.

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