Beating the summer heat seems to be such a hassle, and we find ourselves constantly complaining about it if the temperature gets over 70 degrees Fahrenheit. However, learning about how hot it gets in some of the hottest countries around the world will have you thankful for your air conditioner.
When people think of the Lone Star state, they think of cowboys and deserts; a general Wild West theme. With that kind of climate, it's natural for heat to accompany it, even if Texas isn't really home to gunslingers. In particular, Dallas sees heat in July with an average of 96 degrees. Luckily, like in most of America, air conditioners keep the citizens cool, as do the different water-related activities available at water parks and swimming pools.