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  • Annual temperatures can range from in the winter to over during the summer.
  • Temperatures often fall below a few hours after the arrival of the wind change.
  • Temperatures can be higher in the city than in the surrounding areas.
  • The table below shows the average temperatures for the islands by month.
  • In March and December average temperatures is around during the day and at night.
  • The mountains have a large effect on the temperatures of nearby areas.
  • Average daily high temperatures range from in January to about during July.
  • In summer temperatures are average or slightly above, due to less cloud cover.
  • Snow is common in winter, when night-time temperatures are typically below zero.
  • Sea surface temperatures are warm all year long, reaching above in summer and autumn.
  • Average annual temperatures range from in the north, to in the south.
  • On average, summer temperatures are about - higher than during winter.
  • The average annual temperatures can range from in the southeast to below in the northern mountains.
  • Temperatures average, with more significant temperature variation between night and day than between seasons.
  • Very high body temperatures may also be a cause.
  • Water temperatures are around in the summer and in the winter.
  • However, the main tree species, the length of the growing season and summer temperatures vary.
  • Sea temperatures drop to in late August and rise to around only in early April.
  • During the winter, the average daily high and low temperatures are, respectively.
  • Average high temperatures in January range from in the southwest to in the far north.
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Root form of temperatures is temperature for the noun.

Meaning of temperatures

  • noun The degree of hotness or coldness of a body or environment (corresponding to its molecular activity)
  • noun The somatic sensation of cold or heat