North America

America is two continents North and South America. As well as her concern and closely spaced islands. The climate of the North American continent, from the Arctic in the north to subequatorial in the central part, near the ocean coasts and continental inland. South America for the most part of the continent to the South Pole, where the tropical climate.

Seasons in Jamaica

Jamaica is the pearl of the Antilles which is located in the warm Caribbean Sea. Most of territory of the island is highlands. 70% of the island is the plateau with altitude of 1100 meters (3609 ft.) above the sea. This and features of location and prevailing winds formed climate of the Jamaica.

Seasons in the Bahamas

The Bahamas are known as “Paradise on Earth” for a reason. Of course azure ocean water, white sand and palm trees matters but main reason is in annual availability of vacation. Caribbean hurricanes almost always pass this location and most of the year is blessed sunny time.

Seasons in Haiti

The Republic of Haiti lies in the zone of tropical trade-wind climate with average annual temperature about 25 °C (77 °F) and relatively minor seasonal shifts of it. At august, the hottest month, temperature rises to about 31 °C (88 °F) but sea winds are easing the heat.

Seasons in Greenland

Greenland actually should be called “Whiteland”. This is the biggest island in the world and 81% its territory is covered with ice. Weather conditions in coastal areas are shifty. Average temperature at July in Qaqortoq is 10 °C (50 °F) and in Nuuk is 8 °C (46 °F). At January there is -8 °C (18 °F) and -11 °C (12 °F) respectively.

Seasons in Canada

In the world, Canada is the second largest country after Russia. Its vast territory determines the great variety of climate. Also, the temperature differences are strongly affected by the relief features of Canada.

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