What temperature is 20 degrees warmer than 52 degrees f?
What a strange question. You've given the units for the degrees in the second part, but not the first. So I assume they are both the same units (F). In which case how about adding 20 to 52 and getting 72?
No. Degrees Celsius (oC) is "hotter" than degress Fahrenheit (oF). The freezing point of water is 0 oC which is equivalent to 32 oF. That is, 0 oC is warmer than 0 oF: Another random example: 20 oC is far warmer than 20 oF: 20 oC is equivalent to 68 oF 20 oF is equivalent to - 6 oC (below freezing point) The only point where the Celsius and the Fahrenheit scales intersect, i.e. represent…
Celsius or Fahrenheit? Regardless, if you're holding them, the human body averages at 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit(37 degrees Celsius), much higher than the freezing point of water(32 degrees Fahrenheit and 0 degrees Celsius). If you're talking about the room temperature in CELSIUS, then it's because that's much warmer than what it can remain frozen at.
Yes it does, because global warming makes the temperature warmer and that affects snow. In general, areas that experience any snowfall during the year will have more of it at temperatures between 20 and 30 degrees than they will over all of the temperature range below 20 degrees. Antarctica, for example, is very cold, but receives so little snow fall the continent is considered the world's largest desert.
What city would probably have a warmer climate one at 20 degrees north or one at 40 degrees south and why?
20 degrees Celsius is a temperature or a temperature range on the Celsius scale, where 0 is the freezing point of water and 100 is the boiling point of water. If the air temperature is 20 degrees Celsius, the weather is cool but not cold. If a pot of water is raised in temperature by 20 degrees Celsius it is heated by a set amount. 20 degrees Celsius is the same as 68 degrees Fahrenheit.