What are some world weather records

The following are some amazing weather records. The wettest: Cherranpunji, India, with 500 inches (1,270 centimeters) of rainfall per year; the coldest: Antarctica, with a measurement of–129° Fahrenheit (–89.4° Celsius); the driest: Arica, Chile, which only receives 0.004 inches (0.01 centimeters) of rainfall per year; and the hottest: Azizia, Libya, which has sizzled at 136° Fahrenheit (57.7° Celsius).


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