City Jacobabad in Pakistan Records World’s Highest Temperatures
ISLAMABAD: Midsummer temperatures in Jacobabad, a city in Pakistan’s Sindh province, located on the equator of Cancer, could rise to 52 ° C (126 Fahrenheit). The city of 200,000 is known for its warmth. Extreme heat has forced residents to retreat indoors. When the temperature exceeds 50 degrees Celsius, people do not go out of their houses and the roads are mostly deserted.