What Is The Hottest Month Of The Year?


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Yooti Bhansali Profile
Yooti Bhansali answered
Generally, the hottest month of the year is that in which follows the summer solstice, that is, July. During the summer solstice, which falls around the date of June 21, the northern hemisphere gets exposure to the sun in a more direct manner, with the sun being positioned directly above at 12 PM for a particular point situated on the Tropic of Cancer. As a result, the days are the longest on this date, and obviously the quantity of energy which they receive on this day is the most, same for the days following this day till the summer is over.

However, in the southern hemisphere, in countries mostly like India, June is considered as the start of the monsoon that is, the rainy season as a result of winds carrying moisture.
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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
The hottest month is prolly August, from june-july it still rains sometimes and even in the hotness rain makes it 10 degrees colder(normal rain not hail,depending on the rain offcourse). August it starts to stop raining plus it stops being hot around Sept.20ish (Toronto,CAN) so..
I'd say August is best, it can get up to 30 degrees.Its Awesome
Priya Chauhan Profile
Priya Chauhan , Researcher, answered

I Think, June is the hottest month of year.

Because Every June 21 is Summer Solstice and is supposed to be- The Longest Day of the Year. Summer Solstice happens when; the sun is precisely above (over-headed) the Tropic of Cancer (23.5° north latitude) for the ones who subsist in the North of the Equator.

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Anonymous answered
August is the hottest month of the year. I know because every year my bday is extra hot. Plus it is the middle of the summer & it gets very hot in August.

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