What is the climate in New England?
- The UK climate has a mild climate with rainfall throughout the year, so it keeps ports free of ice and open for trade all year.
The climate of New England was generally very similar to England or France, with only minor differences. It was a maritime climate (which means that its temperature is cooler in the summer but warmer in the winter than further in-land) and this climate helped promote growing crops because winter was shorter and growing season longer. The climate was not, however, well-suited to growing special tropical crops, like tobacco, indigo, or sugar, because it was note…
well for one thing they are on opposite sides of the world from each other NZ has a population of 4mio, England has 55 mio. NZ has sunny mild climate, England has cloudy rainy climate. NZ wins world championships in all sorts of sports, England doesn't. On the downside for NZ, it is full of New Zealanders but then so is England.