Why does 15degrees C feels colder in the winter than 15 degrees C in the summer?
In the winter, the overall clime is colder and when the mercury drops to 15 degrees C,one feels the pinch of cold, whereas during summer the entire clime is hot and makes little difference even when mercury shows l5 degrees C, as the hot clime absorbs the cold effect partially.
The farther north in Europe, the colder it gets. The north part of Europe closest to the Arctic Circle's average temperature was 12 degrees Celsius in the summer and -2 degrees Celsius in the winter. The more southern part of northern Europe the average temperature in the summer is 30 degrees Celsius and in the winter is -4.3 degrees Celsius.
Urmmm Spring, Fall, Winter and Summer? If you mean how is the climate then the spring would be a fairly cool time and the summer would be around 70 degrees to 80 at the most. And the Fall is really cold and the Winter can get to below 36 degrees, In the city. But in the country side it can get way colder.
Manitoba's climate in the winter is about 40 degrees Fahrenheit while its climate in the summer is about 95 degrees Fahrenheit. *Actually, the average winter temperature in Manitoba is much colder. It's roughly -11 degrees CELSIUS. Manitoba winter is considered to be from mid November to mid March. In fact the Canadian average winter is about -4 degrees Celsius (25*F)
On average, the summer temperature in London is 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius) and in winter the temperature is 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius). Temperature extremes are not common but it can be up to 82 degrees Fahrenheit (28 degrees Celsius) in summer and well below 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius) in winter.
the 23.5 degree tilt of the earth's axis. in north hemisphere summer, the sun is not above the equator, but 23.5 degrees above it on the tropic of cancer. this makes north warmer and south colder in winter, the sun is below the equator- 23.5 degrees again, at the tropic of capricorn, so it is colder in the north, hence the fact that Australians celebrate Christmas at the same time as us, but it is…