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colonial Delaware had much more of a mild temperature. not as cold as it is now days in the winter, and not that much hot in the summer. It was a perfect climate for farming

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Much the same as it is today. See the related question for this information.

In the 1600s, the temperature year round was 32 to 72 degrees Fahrenheit which is moderate. There is 45 inches of precipitation per year.

I think temperature effects climate because temperature may be different depending on the area or place.

Answerwhat is the natural resources of colonial DelawareAnswerwhat is the natural resources of colonial DelawareAnswerDelaware offered many different resources and I think that they grew tobacco plants but I'm not quite sure. Of course they didn't have indigo like the southern colonies and I believe that they also grew wheat since the Middle Colonies, where Delaware is located, was called the "Bread Basket" so they were peobably over abundant with wheat and grain products.what is the climate of colonial Delaware?Ok, sorry, but you are wrong. Tobacco was only grown in the southern colonies, and the breadbasket is states that were never colonies! In Delaware, the resources were wheat, lumber, fishing, rum, cattle, and iron.

Yes. Delaware is a temperate state. Most of the middle colonies have the same climate as Delaware.

the climate can change rapidly

In the summer, yes. Delaware is a temperate climate.

The climate was rather warm, but they often received rain and the temperature would range from -20 degrees to 74 degrees.

Yes to both. All places on earth have a general weather pattern, which is called climate. Different places have different climates, but every place has some climate. Similarly, everything has temperature, not matter how warm or how cold.

The climate of Colonial Maine was similar to the climate of the current state of Maine. Winters were cold with snow and summers were mild.

Temperature is the climate. A climate is the same temperature in a place for a long amount of time.

The climate for the geography for colonial Georgia's was typically warm, it's a warm desert.

Microclimate is when the climate in a small area is different from the general surroundings such as the temperature because of shade or the wind... ect

Climate : the temperature in an area.Last for alot of years.Exp:Florida's climate is hot;warm. Weather:rain,hail,snow,ext.

Well they're similar like temperature is part of climate but climate is not temperature. Climate is temperature, wind speed, terain, rain-fall, etc...

The climate could affect tourism in Delaware in the fact that it is colder, and not as appealing of a place to visit as somewhere like California. There also is not much to see in terms of attractions in Delaware.

Pennsylvania's climate during Colonial times was very similar to its climate today, though perhaps a little colder. See the related question for a description of the current climate.

Colonial New York had a very similar climate to today's. See the related question for that description.

No becuse climate is different between them .so temperature is not same

The climate sort of has to do with the temperature. If the temperature is 3 degrees then the climate is cold. So what ever the temperature is to the deep sea biome then that is the climate.

With coastal climate, the close proximity to the water evens out temperature swings and provides moisture. Continental climate can be dryer and see bigger differences in temperature.

the temperature and precipitation is another word for climate

Despite the temperature and climate differences, platypuses in Queensland are no different to those in Tasmania.

The climate is usually measured by temperature and precipitation or rainfall. The Earth's surface does not have an impact on the temperature or climate.

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