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Weather Writigns
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  • 1. Amsterdam, Holland • Mostly low-lying land below sea level. • Usually a mild and damp climate. • Unsettled weather in Autumn and Spring. • Rain is likely all year round. Yearly Average 13° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 2. Nuuk, Greenland • Lies within the Arctic Circle. • 84% of its area is covered with snow and ice. • The northern coast is blocked by sea ice. • Short cool summer, long severe winter. • Temperature is rarely above freezing. Yearly Average –7° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 3. Cairo, Egypt • Lies within the Sahara Desert. • Always warm or hot during the day and cool at night. • Very little rain. • Strong winds sometimes cause sands storms. • Morning mist can appear near the Nile river. Yearly Average 28° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 4. Kingston, Jamaica • Jamaica is surrounded by the Caribbean Sea. • Tropical climate - warm or hot all year round. • Hurricane season is between June and November. • Very close to the equator. • Rainfall is rare. Yearly Average 31° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 5. Malaga, Spain • The coast is on the Mediterranean. • High amounts of sunshine. • Hot and humid summers. • Rain is rare in the summer months. Yearly Average 21° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 6. The Alps, Austria • Winters are cold but can be sunny on the mountains. Valleys are often misty. • Some valleys experience a warm dry wind for 20-40 days which melts the snow and can cause avalanches. • Rain is rare in the summer months. Yearly Average 14° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 7. The Amazon Basin, Brazil • The Amazon Basin has a large amount of yearly rainfall. • Large rainforest area. • Mainly tropical climate - warm or hot all year round. • Fairly close to the equator. Yearly Average 31° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 8. New York, USA • 4 seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter. • Generally mild summers. Can get hot and muggy. • Cold winters with snow. Sometimes severe and stormy. Yearly Average 18° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 9. London, England • Mostly cool to mild weather. • 4 seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter. • Very changeable climate day to day. • Frequent cloud and rain. • Summer days are long. Yearly Average 14° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 10. Sydney, Australia • Mostly warm or hot all year - mild winters. • Changeable weather all year. • Summers can have long heat waves and droughts. • Can rain in all seasons, more in the summer. Yearly Average 21° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 11. Copenhagen, Denmark • Mild climate through all the seasons. • It can rain all year round. • Grey, cloudy skies are frequent. Yearly Average 11° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
  • 12. Delhi, India • Climate is affected by the monsoon wind. • Hot and dry from December to June. • Long period of monsoon rainfall usually begins in June or July. Yearly Average 32° © Copyright 2008, SparkleBox Teacher Resources (www.sparklebox.co.uk)
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