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Gila Bend, Arizona

inch 0.72 Apr precipitation inch 0.20 May precipitation inch 0.15 Jun precipitation inch 0.04 Jul precipitation inch 0.76 Aug precipitation inch 1.20 Sep precipitation inch 0.53 Oct precipitation inch 0.52 Nov precipitation inch 0.56 Dec precipitation inch 0.84 year precipitation inch source NWS Gila Bend has an arid desert climate, characterized by extremely hot summers and warm winters. The average annual rainfall

recorded temperature in Gila Bend was 10°F (-12°C), which occurred on January 13, 1963. Gila Bend has extremely hot summers with highest temperatures recorded for the state of Arizona, and temperatures at or exceeding 110°F (41°C) are the norm for the entirety of summer as well as the beginning of September. Even the month of May experiences some days above 100°F (38°C). It should also be noted that with an average July high of 109°F (43°C), temperatures exceeding 115°F (46°C) are common for the area, especially for that particular month. Lows during the summer are generally in the upper 70s and low 80s. The all time highest recorded temperature in Gila Bend is 122°F (50°C), which occurred on June 26, 1990 and again on July 28, 1995. Demographics ). The storm also washed out several roadways near Gila Bend (Gila Bend, Arizona), isolating the city from motorists. Overall, the storm caused $750,000 (1951 USD) in property damage. *July 1954: Three years later, the remnants of another hurricane moved over Arizona from the south during the month of July. Damage from this storm is unknown. '''Sonoran Desert National Monument''' is located south of Goodyear (Goodyear, Arizona) and Buckeye (Buckeye, Arizona) and east of Gila Bend, Arizona. Created by Presidential (U.S. President) proclamation on January 17, 2001, the 496,337 acre (2,008 km 2 ) monument is managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM), an agency within the U.S. Department of the Interior. The U.S. Bureau of Land Management already managed the lands, however under monument status, the level of protection and preservation of resources is enhanced. Sonoran Desert National Monument protects but a small portion of the Sonoran Desert, which is 120,000 square miles (311,000 km 2 ), and extends well into California and the country of Mexico. The North Maricopa Mountains (North Maricopa Mountains Wilderness), South Maricopa Mountains (South Maricopa Mountains Wilderness) and the Table Top Wildernesses protect the richest regions of desert habitat from any future development. thumb left Spring wildflowers in SDNM (File:Sondes.jpg)


it '''Shushtar New Town (New town)'''. The primary purpose of this new development was to house the employees of a nearby cane sugar mill, while also intending to stimulate interest in the old city and to provide additional housing necessary to accommodate industrial growth in the province. Climate Shushtar has a hot semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification ''BSh'') with extremely hot summers and mild winters. Rainfall is higher than most of southern Iran


line from Tehran to the Persian Gulf is 15 km (9 mi) from Dezful, on the opposite side of the Dez River. Climate Dezful has a hot semi-arid climate (Köppen climate classification ''BSh'') with extremely hot summers and mild winters. Rainfall is higher than most of southern Iran, but is almost exclusively confined to the period from November to April, though on occasions it can exceed per year. http


a hot desert climate (Köppen climate classification ''BWh'') with extremely hot summers and mild winters. The highest recorded temperature is The Bolan Pass is an important pass on the Baluch frontier, connecting Jacobabad and Sibi with Quetta, which has always occupied an important place in the history of British campaigns in Afghanistan. In March 2002, A-10s assigned to the 23d Fighter Group arrived in Jacobabad, Pakistan, and later became the first USAF fixed-winged aircraft to enter Afghanistan to fight the war on terrorism. Language The language of the Bugti people is known as '''Bugti Balochi''' which is widely spoken in Dera Bugti, Sui (Sui (Balochistan)), Kahan, Kohlu, Jacobabad, Sibi, Pir Koh and many other places in Balochistan (Baluchistan (Pakistan)). One of the several Persian words left in Bugti Balochi is ''Sheh'' which means "thing or things". Their language was influenced by Sindhi (Sindhi language) and a bit by Punjabi (Punjabi language) because they live near the border of Sindh and Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)). An arabic word is Qadah , which means a bowl. - style "background-color:#DDDDDD" Jacobabad style "background-color:#DDDDDD" Jacobabad Airbase - '''Gabol''' (Balochi (Balochi language): گبول, ''literally '' aggressor (Aggression) or Warrior) is a Baloch (Baloch people) tribe settled in the Balochistan (Balochistan (Pakistan)), Sindh and Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)) provinces of Pakistan. Gabols are of Rind (Rind (tribe)) (Arab) origin and are mostly settled in Tikko Baran (Baran, Pakistan) surrounding the Kirthar Mountains Range, Karachi, Ghotki, Alipur (Alipur Tehsil), Sibi, and Jacobabad. This tribe is also considered to be present in Iran and Syria''. The exact population of this tribe is unknown, but estimated by some to be over 300,000. Gabols residing in Sindh are bilingual in both Balochi (Balochi language) and Sindhi (Sindhi language). Members of the Gabol tribe living in Balochistan ( Jhatt Patt District Jaffarabad and Lehri ) speak Balochi (Balochi language), while tribe members speak Balochi and Siraiki (Siraiki language) in Punjab (Punjab region). Gabol is the major Baloch tribe found in Karachi; some people of this tribe migrated to Tehran, Iran. Gabols are still living there, and speak the Balochi language to this day alongside the national language Persian (Persian language). When the British Raj government moved the Domkis in Sindh, the Gabols also migrated. The Domkis used to loot the those travelling all around Balochistan (Balochistan (Pakistan)), Sindh, along with the Jakhrani. In 1845, The Governor of Sindh General Sir Charles James Napier (Charles James Napier) sent his army to shift them in Sindh near Cantonment area so that they could hold peace in the area. Gabol ''Baoch Tribes of Baluchistan'' along with Domkies shifted to Sindh with Bijjar Khan as Tribal Leader and Jhakrani along with Darya Khan as Tribal Leader. In Sindh they were shifted in Dera Jani a few miles away from Jacobabad where they are living in Domki. ;Abro The Abro are a branch of the Samma (Samma (tribe)) Rajputs, and are Chandravanshi. Found in Shikarpur (Shikarpur District), Jacobabad and Larkana districts and Balochistan (Balochistan (Pakistan)). '''Sibi Railway Station''' is a junction railway station. The railway track was lined in 1890s during the British era to link Sibi with rest of the country. The routes are Sibi from linked with Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Multan, Faisalabad, Hyderabad (Hyderabad, Sindh), Rohri, Sukkur, Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi Khan, Kot Adu, Gujrat, Jacobabad, Gujranwala, Khanewal, Nawabshah, Attock, Jhelum, and Nowshera (Nowshera, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa). '''Sibi Railway Station''' is junction railway station. The railway track was lined in 1890s during the British era to link Sibi with rest of the country. The routes are Sibi from linked with Lahore, Karachi, Peshawar, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Multan, Faisalabad, Hyderabad (Hyderabad, Sindh), Rohri, Sukkur, Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi Khan, Kot Adu, Gujrat, Jacobabad, Gujranwala, Khanewal, Nawabshah, Attock, Jhelum, and Nowshera (Nowshera, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa). It has a discharge capacity of 1.2 million cubic feet per second (34,000 m³ s). It is a gate-controlled weir type barrage with a navigation lock. The barrage has 64 bays, each 60 feet (18 m) wide. The maximum flood level height of Guddu Barrage is 26 feet (8 m). It controls irrigation supplies to 2.9 million acres (12,000 km²) of agricultural land in the Jacobabad, Larkana and Sukkur districts of Sindh province and the Naseerabad district (Naseerabad District) of Balochistan (Balochistan (Pakistan)) province. It feeds Ghotki Feeder, Begari Feeder, Desert and Pat Feeder canals. '''Kach Gandava''', or '''Kachi''' is a low-lying flat region in Balochistan (Balochistan, Pakistan), Pakistan separating the Bugti hills from those of Kalat (Kalat District). Until the end of the 15th century the district had been a dependency of Sindh http: Sibi.php Around 1500 it was taken by Shah Beg of the Arghun Dynasty from Samma Dynasty of Sultan Of Sindh http: makhdoombilawalsamo.htm http: pakistan sindh.shtml http: docs 6456412 Sindh and so came under the control of Kandahar.Soon the territory was conquered by the Kalhoras Amirs of Sindh http: oth sibi sibi.html http: weekly dmag archive 070506 dmag25.htm , they were displaced by the Nadir Shah of Persia and made it the part of Kalat Khanate in 1740. Sibi District - Imperial Gazetteer of India, v. 22, p. 338. http: Article26.htm . Kachhi was notified as a district on February 1965. At that time Naseerabad, Jhal Magsi and Jafarabad districts were included, these were separated in 1987. It is driven, like a wedge, into the frontier mountain system and extends for 150 miles from Jacobabad to Sibi, with nearly as great a breadth at its base on the Sindh frontier. The soil is fertile wherever it can be irrigated by the floods brought down from the surrounding hills; but much of the central portion is sandy waste. It is traversed by the North-Western railway. The climate is unhealthy in summer, when pestilential hot winds are sometimes destructive to life. History '''Multan International Airport''' traces its origins to the British Empire, when the Royal Air Force used the open space to fly in and out of the Multan region during 1919. The area was used for aircraft that were able to land on gravel and grass surfaces, however, there was very little development to the area. In 1934, Imperial Airways started to use the airfield for civil aircraft flights since Multan was considered a strategic position within the Punjab province of India. It was not until 1938 that Imperial Airways started to operate a regular flight out of Multan. The flight would originate at Lahore, then fly into Multan, where it would continue its journey to Jacobabad and then Karachi. The tribe is concentrated in Districts of Jacobabad, Ranipur and Thatta. The chief of the tribe, Sardar Zulfiqar Khan Sarki resides in Jacobabad and hence it is the strong hold of Sarkis from all over the province. The legal system and law enforcement agencies in contrast to cities like Karachi are unable to exercise dominion on their populace in Jacobabad. The locals share a tough and a primitive way of life unchanged for centuries with their neighboring province Baluchistan (Balochistan (Pakistan)). The result is a very monotonous and discomforting impact on the youth, where each day brings in a negative affluence. The only measure to affix this barbarianism is to confront the inhabitants with education and twenty first century industrialization. This fact was realized by the Sardar Zulfiqar,Imdad khan and Dr. Sohrab whereby construction of schools and colleges started at a substantial level. 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climate is hot-summer Mediterranean climate (Csa), according to Köppen climate classification, with extremely hot summers and mild wet winters. January is the wettest month. align center EBL align center ORER Erbil International Airport align center Qatar Airways Announces Five New International Routes - In the Kurdish dominated Northern provinces of w:Dohuk, w:Erbil, and w:Sulaymaniyah, the Kurdistan Coalition List had received between 87% and 95% of votes cast. In the southern province of Basrah the Shia United Iraqi Alliance held a commanding lead with 615,255 votes. Allawi's group was in second place with 87,538 votes, while the Iraqi Accordance Front trailed with 37,098.


:''This article is about the town; for the former Libyan district see Ghadames District''. * Some 400,000 slaves (slavery) perform the menial (domestic worker) work of Rome, with middle-class citizens often owning eight; the rich from 500 to 1,000; an emperor as many as 20,000. Free urban workers enjoy 17 to 18 hours of leisure each day, with free admission to baths (Roman Baths), sport events and gladiatorial games. * Severus launches a campaign in Africa (Africa (Roman province)), Legio III ''Augusta'' (legio III Augusta) under Quintus Anicius Faustus fights a guerrilla war (Guerrilla warfare) against the Garamantes along the Limes Tripolitanus. They capture several settlements such as Cydamus (Ghadames), Gholaia and their capital Garama (Germa), 600 km south of Lepcis Magna. The province of Numidia is enlarged


. Isfana can be extremely hot during the summer months. The town also sees very little precipitation during the summer, particularly from June through September. '''Gallery''' File:Leylek District Administration Building.JPG Leilek District Administration Building File:One of the Streets of Isfana.JPG One of the main streets of Isfana File:Fields of Isfana.JPG Grain fields in the eastern part Isfana File:Isfana at Dawn.JPG Eastern part of Isfana at dusk File:Qarag'ati.jpg Mountains of the Turkestan Range on the south of Isfana File:Winter in Isfana.JPG Winter in Isfana * (Category:Isfana) Category:Populated places in Batken Province (Category:Populated places in Kyrgyzstan) - Isfana Исфана Batken (Batken Province) ''16,850'' city - There are four towns in Batken oblast: Batken, Isfana, Kyzyl-Kiya and Sulyukta. There are five urban-type settlements, including Chauvay, Khaidarkan, Sovetskiy (Sovetskiy, Kyrgyzstan), Kadamjay and Vostochny (Vostochny, Kyrgyzstan). * '''UAFG''' – Cholpon-Ata Airport – Cholpon-Ata , Kyrgyzstan * '''UAFI''' – Isfana Airport – Isfana, Kyrgyzstan * '''UAFJ''' – Jalal-Abad Regional Airport – Jalal-Abad, Kyrgyzstan


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'') and similar to Baghdad's (Baghdad), but slightly hotter due to Abadan's lower latitude. Summers are dry and extremely hot, with temperatures above 45 degrees almost daily. Winters are mildly wet and spring-like, though subject to cold spells. Winter temperatures are around 16–20 degrees. The world's highest unconfirmed temperature (Hottest place on Earth) was a temperature flare up during a heat burst in June 1967, with a temperature of .

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