Climatology and Climate Changes
How do temperatures in the temperate zone compare to temperates in the tropical and polar zones?
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What does temperate mean in Shakespeare's sonnet 18?
"Temperate" means "temperate". It is a common enough word these days. It means "not excessive" like when a person is said to be a "temperate drinker" who drinks but not too much, or where a place is said to have a "temperate climate", which is neither too hot nor too cold. The poem starts out: "Shall I compare thee to a summer's day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate" Shakespeare says right out that he is going to compare the person he is writing to (the poem tells us nothing about this person, not even whether it is male or female) to a day in summertime. The person is more lovely than the summer day, and also more evenly balanced, less excessive, than a beautiful day which is neither too hot nor too cold.
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Florida has a dry subtropical climate with moderate temperatures and changeable, rainy weather. Summers are hot and dry, except in the immediate coastal areas, where summers are milder due to the nearby presence of ocean currents. Mexico has a wide range of climates, from the northern deserts to the central plateau's temperate climate to the tropical savanna found on most lowlands around the Gulf of Mexico and on the Yucatan peninsula. With the possible exception of polar climates (Tundra, Taiga) you can find almost any kind of climate in Mexico.