What makes the climate of North America different from that of Africa, Australia and South America?

North America is completely located in the northern hemisphere of the Earth, therefore, a temperate climate prevails on the mainland, which, in terms of its temperature indicators, very much resembles the climate of Eurasia.

All natural climatic zones except the equatorial are located on the mainland, so the average temperature is much lower than that of other continents, both in the warm season and in winter.

Due to the difference in climatic conditions between the extreme points of the mainland, a temperature difference can occur, which in winter reaches 50 degrees Celsius.

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