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  • one year ago

The temperatures in cities near the coast are?

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  1. Ryjhbl
    • one year ago
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    Overall temperature characteristics vary among oceanic climates; those at the lowest latitudes are nearly subtropical from a thermal standpoint, but more commonly a mesothermal regime prevails, with cool, but not cold, winters and warm, but not hot, summers. Summers are also cooler (often much cooler) than in areas with a humid subtropical climate. Average temperature of warmest month must be less than 22 °C (72 °F) and that of the coldest month warmer than -3.0° for more reading https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oceanic_climate#Temperature

  2. Nerd123
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    In simple words due to the maritime influence , which means the affect of water on the temperature of the land , the temperature near the coast is mild which means mild summers and mild winter for more accuracy it is about 20°C to 30°C in summers and in winter 15-20°C

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