The average yearly temperature for the Sahara Desert is 86F (30C). In the summer it can get to over 122F (50C) with the hottest temperature ever recorded being 136F (58C)!
The Sahara is the largest desert in the world. It has a hot desert climate which means it can reach over 50C during the day and drop as drastically as 0C at night. The average temperature is 30C, however, it is important to note that the Sahara has several microclimates from its woodlands and steppe in the north to the large areas of dunes and sand in the center, which greatly affect climate and temperature.
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