Record-Setting Weather in Africa
Africa's lowest temperature was recorded on February 11, 1935 when the thermometer read -23.9 °C (-11 °F) in Ifrane, Morocco.
The world's highest temperature measured is 57.8 °C (136 °F) recorded at El Azizia, Libya on September 13, 1922.
The mean temperature in Dallol, Ethiopia is 34.4 °C (94 °F), the highest annual average temperature on earth.
Debundscha, Cameroon is Africa's wettest place, averaging 10,287 millimetres (405 inches) of rain a year.
Less than 2.54 millimetres (0.1 inches) of rain falls a year, on average, at Wadi Halfa, Sudan, making this the driest place in Africa.