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Vredendal Weather breaking record high temperature 48.4°C in the the all-time world

A maximum of 48.4°C was recorded in the tourist town in the Western Cape on Tuesday 27 October 2015, breaking the all-time world record high for October, set in Argentina in 1936.

 VREDENDAL, Western Cape - eNCA's weather department has confirmed information reported by the South African Weather service that a maximum of 48.4°C was recorded in Vredendal on Tuesday 27 October 2015.
The town lies in the northern Olifants River Valley, and borders on the southern tip of Namaqualand, the northern part of the Boland and forms part of the West Coast.
Tuesday's temps saw the year-round tourist destination break the all-time record high for October, worldwide.
The record was previously set at Campo Gallo, Argentina on 16 October 1936 with a high of 47.3°C.
A number of other records, for the highest maximum temperatures recorded in October in South Africa alone, were also  broken on Tuesday and Wednesday this week.
Vredendal Weather breaking record high temperature 48.4°C in the the all-time world Vredendal Weather breaking record high temperature 48.4°C in the the all-time world Reviewed by Khabza Mkhize on 10/31/2015 12:01:00 am Rating: 5

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