The temperature levels in Kuwait are high. The highest recorded temperature was 54.4°C (129.92°F), but summer values often reach 50°C (122°F). On the other hand background radiation stays in normal levels, as measured by the first uRADMonitor unit in Middle East that just went online:
The following image shows a quick comparison between various locations. The size of the pentagons illustrate the number of detectors in that particular area. Circles are single detector units. The numbers in the centre of the figures show the dose in uSv/h: