Africa is a huge continent and encompasses many different climates, but the average temperature of the Sahara Desert region is about 86 degrees Fahrenheit. The Sahara Desert and other dry lands make up 60 percent of Afri... More »

Dallol, Ethiopia, in Africa has the highest-recorded average temperature in the world at 94 degrees Fahrenheit. As of 2014, Dallol, Ethiopia, is uninhabited. In the 1960s, Dallol had a salt-mining settlement. More »

South Africa is a nation in the south of the African continent, comprising a total land area of 471,011 square miles, which is almost twice the size of Texas. The legislative capital of South Africa is Cape Town, while t... More »

The absolute location of the whole continent of Africa is between 20 degrees west and 60 degrees east, and 35 degrees north and 35 degrees south. Africa is located to the south of Europe and to the west of the Middle Eas... More »

As of 2014, the highest recorded temperature in the Sahara Desert is 136 degrees Fahrenheit. According to About.com, the average annual temperature is 86 degrees Fahrenheit, although temperatures can exceed 122 degrees F... More »

Dallol, Ethiopia, in Africa has the highest-recorded average temperature in the world at 94 degrees Fahrenheit. As of 2014, Dallol, Ethiopia, is uninhabited. In the 1960s, Dallol had a salt-mining settlement. More »

While many assume that Africa as mainly desert, it is a diverse continent that sees a fair amount of snowfall away from the countries near the equator. Snowfall in Africa is rare, occurring in mountainous regions and in ... More »