Scientists have recorded the highest and lowest temperatures reached on the earth. For example the highest temperature recorded is from a place called Azizia in Libya (Africa) Where in July 1922 the temperature reached 57.8 degrees centigrade likewise on a place, at Vostok Station in the Antarctica the temperature fell to -89.2 degrees Celsius in July 1983.
Everybody know that different places have different temperatures. Why they have different temperatures? There are many reasons. Now take a look at some of the possible reasons.
Places that are near the sea and far away from the sea usually have different temperatures. Temperatures differ on the top of a mountain and at its foot.And you already know that temperature changes as we go north or south from the Equator.