Factors Affecting Climate. LAME COWS. The closer you get to the equator , the hotter it gets =. L = Latitude. Gee it's hot in Brazil! The tropics always get my direct rays!. Low Latitude = high Temp Middle Latitudes= seasonal temperature Higher latitudes= lower temperature.
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Factors Affecting Climate
Gee it's hot
in Brazil! The tropics always get my direct rays!
Low Latitude = high Temp
Middle Latitudes= seasonal temperature
Higher latitudes= lower temperature
June 21, Summer Solstice
Let’s draw this!
Windward side of the Cascades
Leeward side of the Cascades
75 °at bottom
47° temp at top
3.5° (from formula
x 8 (mt. highth)
Water and land heat and cool at different rates which affects temperature and precipitation.
When a place is completely surrounded by
land. (landlocked) and away from water!
St. Louis is hotter than Houston in the Summer
Experiment: Bucket of sand vs. a bucket of water. Which one will heat up quicker and will have a higher temperature?
O = Ocean Currents
Cold water moves away from the poles
North Atlantic Drift
S- Storms. Seasonal storms will greatly influence the climate of a place.
Hurricanes- Atlantic O, Gulf of Mexico
Typhoons- Pacific O.
Cyclones- Indian O.
Monsoons- the seasonal shift in winds that affect South Asia.