Weather in Freshwater Biomes?

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Freshwater biomes are much smaller bodies of water. The weather in the freshwater biome is still and calm in lakes, but in rivers or streams. The temperature varies in ponds and lakes seasonally, ranging from 4° C to 22° C during the summer and be 4° C while the top is 0° C in the winter.
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