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Britains CLIMATE – a description Cool summers 13 / 17*C Mild winters4 / 7 *C Wet 600 – 2000 mms
British TEMPERATURES in WINTER WEST MILD EAST COLD
British TEMPERATURES in SUMMER ? ?
British ANNUAL RAINFALL totals ? ?
SOUTH WEST Warm summers Mild winters Wet NORTH EAST ? ? ? NORTH WEST ? ? ? SOUTH EAST ? ? ?
Britains Climate REGIONS WET DRY
Britains CLIMATE – An explanation Temperatures in SUMMER Sun is higher in the sky in summer Places in the south are warmer The reason is the latitude Hotter Colder
Temperatures in the winter Distance from the sea Places in the west are warmer As they are nearer the Atlantic Ocean And the warm ocean current the North Atlantic Drift
Where the wind comes from affects the weather We usually get westerly winds which are WET
High hills are colder and wetter The hills are in the west e.g. in Wales
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