Doyle Rice, USA TODAY
The next time you toss and turn at night because of the heat, be thankful you weren’t in Quriyat, Oman, on Tuesday night, where the low temperature there was a sultry 108.7 degrees.
According to weather records expert Maximiliano Herrera, this sets a new world record for the hottest nighttime temperature, the Weather Underground reported.
The high temperature there peaked at 121.6 degrees on Tuesday, falling about 2 degrees short of the all-time heat record for Oman of 123.4 degrees.
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