How Does Distance from the Sea Affect Temperature?

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Distance from sea is a factor that affects the climate of a place. The coastal areas are cooler and wetter than the inland areas. When warm air from the inland areas meets the cool air from the sea, clouds form. The inland heats and cools faster than the sea and for that reason the coastal areas have a lower temperature range compared to the inland areas. On the coast, the winters are mild and summers are cool whereas in inland areas temperatures are cold in the winter and high in the summer.
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