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Ireland's climate

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The climate of Ireland is mild, moist and changeable with abundant rainfall and a lack of temperature extremes. Ireland's climate is defined as a temperate ...

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Ireland's weather is mild throughout the year. Learn about our climate, average temperatures, and which season; summer, autumn, winter or spring, is the best ...

www.educationinireland.com/en/living-in-ireland/before-arrival/climate

Like it's people, Ireland's weather is never boring or predictable. Dancing in the rain, blowing in the wind, but all the time, the sun is never far away! Our climate ...

What is Australia's Climate?

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Due to the huge size of the country, Australia has serveral different climate zones. The northern section of Australia has a more tropical influenced climate,

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Australia's climate is governed mostly by its size and by the hot, sinking air of the subtropical high pressure belt. This moves north and south with the seasons.

www.gostudy.com.au/australia/climate-australia

Australian climate is generally temperate: most of the country receives more than 3,000 hours of sunshine a year. Nevertheless, being a vast continent in its ...

What is Argentina's Climate?

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Mar 14, 2018 ... Argentina's climate doesn't fit into one category or definition – the country ranges from a subtropical zone along the Brazilian border to a ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_Argentina

The climate of Argentina is a vastly complex subject, as the vast size of the country and wide variation in altitude make for a wide range of climate types.

www.britannica.com/place/Argentina/Climate

Argentina - Climate: Argentina lies almost entirely within the temperate zone of the Southern Hemisphere, unlike the rest of the continent to the north, which lies  ...

Ireland's Climate