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Old 05-27-2012, 06:30 PM
 
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Rate this climate: temps in fahrenheit

January avg high 72 avg low -62
feb avg high 75 low 65
March avg daytime 30 avg nighttime 78
April avg high 61 avg low -18
may avg high 66 avg low 47
june avg high 72 avg low 50
july avg high 88 avg low 74
august avg high 68 avg low 68
sep avg high 108 avg low 83
oct avg high 75 avg low 54
nov avg high 41 avg low 26
dec avg high 15 avg low -3

avg snowfall is about 20 inches rainfall average is about 20 to 30 inches
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Old 05-27-2012, 06:35 PM
 
Location: Ohio
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Rate this climate: temps in fahrenheit

January avg high 72 avg low -62
feb avg high 75 low 65
March avg daytime 30 avg nighttime 78
April avg high 61 avg low -18
may avg high 66 avg low 47
june avg high 72 avg low 50
july avg high 88 avg low 74
august avg high 68 avg low 68
sep avg high 108 avg low 83
oct avg high 75 avg low 54
nov avg high 41 avg low 26
dec avg high 15 avg low -3

avg snowfall is about 20 inches rainfall average is about 20 to 30 inches
umm -62 for a low and 72 for a high in January?

Then in March it is 78 at night
April -18 to 61


Those are some crazy temperature swings and are not really possible in our current environment.
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Old 05-27-2012, 08:58 PM
 
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umm -62 for a low and 72 for a high in January?

Then in March it is 78 at night
April -18 to 61


Those are some crazy temperature swings and are not really possible in our current environment.
it's a fake climate ,if it was real how would you rate it
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Old 05-27-2012, 10:32 PM
 
Location: Singapore
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So March warms up at night or did you forget to write a '-' before the 78?

For liveability, it's an F mostly due to January's temperature spread.

Interesting alien climate though.
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Old 05-28-2012, 08:50 AM
 
Location: Ohio
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VERY bad
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Old 06-01-2012, 12:45 PM
 
Location: London
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Rate this climate: temps in fahrenheit

January avg high 72 avg low -62
feb avg high 75 low 65
March avg daytime 30 avg nighttime 78
April avg high 61 avg low -18
may avg high 66 avg low 47
june avg high 72 avg low 50
july avg high 88 avg low 74
august avg high 68 avg low 68
sep avg high 108 avg low 83
oct avg high 75 avg low 54
nov avg high 41 avg low 26
dec avg high 15 avg low -3

avg snowfall is about 20 inches rainfall average is about 20 to 30 inches
Not a very Earth-like, or at least not a very Holocene-like scenario! However, I actually like it for its wild temperature swings. Imagine the shock to your system of waking up to those January lows after the previous day's balmy, almost summery (for England anyway) conditions. If the March data isn't a typo that would make for a very intriguing month indeed! Precipitation is at the upper limit of my ideal. What about sunshine totals?
Overall, it looks like a very nice example of what I'd call hypercontinental. I give it a provisional A-.
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Old 06-01-2012, 01:44 PM
 
Location: Laurentia
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These sort of climates with wild swings are a bit difficult to rate. Nevertheless, I'll make an attempt. This one is pretty crazy with the swings, but it looks like there are a lot of awful months, with much more summer weather than winter weather. I give it a C-, because there is at least one good month (December).

As for the March figures, I think it obviously isn't a typo. He asked about reverse diurnal temperature cycles before, and he put "daytime" and "nighttime" instead of "high" and "low" like in every other month.
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Old 06-01-2012, 09:51 PM
 
Location: Charlotte, NC (in my mind)
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There really isn't even seasons in this climate. The only "winter" month is December. On Earth, it would be impossible to have an average high in the 70s and a low in the -60s. I rate this an F.
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