The nighttime temperatures in the Sahara Desert range from 60 F to 70 F during the height of the summer down to sub-freezing temperatures from December into February. The temperature difference in the Sahara Desert from ... More »

The temperature range in the Sahara Desert from day to night can differ as much as 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The average annual temperature is 86 F. During the hottest months, temperatures range from 100 F to over 120 F. Ov... 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 »

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 »

The temperature in the Sahara Desert during the daytime in summer commonly exceeds 120 degrees Fahrenheit. The highest temperature ever recorded was 136 degrees Fahrenheit in 1922. More »

The Sahara Desert covers 3.6 million square miles in North Africa, bordered by the Red Sea in the east, the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Atlantic Ocean in the west and the Sahel savannas to the south. It's the wor... More »

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The Sahara Desert is important because it is an international landmark that used to be an entirely rich and fertile farmland. Today, parts of the Sahara Desert are still fertile and help to support human and animal life. More »