Lines joining places on a weather map that have the same temperature are called?
isotherms. u. are. welcome.
The temperature fluctuation throughout the year in places in the ocean tends to be much milder than places far from water. what causes this weather phenomenon?
What is the name of the lines meteorologists draw on a weather map that connect places that have the same temperatures?
Yes, make sure that your electrical wiring is safe from any water or moist places. Actually, if you keep your fridge out side you will be saving energy because the outside weather is maintaining a cold temperature therfore your fridge does not have to kick on. Yes, make sure that your electrical wiring is safe from any water or moist places. Actually, if you keep your fridge out side you will be saving energy because…
The highest accepted recorded temperature in Spain was 47o C in Sevilla and Badajoz. There was a temperature of 51o C in 1876 but the measuring equipment was suspect. There was also a reported temperature of 48.8o C in Cazalla, Sevilla in 1926 which is also doubtful. Weather people believe that temperatures may have reached 50o C at places in the Guadalquivir basin and not been recorded.
What effect is it called when changes in normal wind and water patterns in the pacific ocean cause unusaul weather in some places?
There is no effect related to that. It is called convection currents, and is a normal part of weather. However, the effect you may be thinking of is the effect that is a huge part of the chaos theory, called the butterfly effect. This states that something as small as a butterfly flapping its wings causes weather-related catastrophies on the other side of the world.
Yes, lye is caustic soda, or sodium hydroxide. It burns tissue and causes permanent injury to snakes, humans and pets. If used as a snake repellent, use sparingly. It is better to eliminate things snakes like. They need to eat rodents so control rodents, you will control snakes. The need cool places in hot weather and warm places in cool weather. 50 degrees is the temperature where snakes either go torpid, or seek warmth. Above…