How hot is that Country?

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How hot is that Country?


To know how global warming will affect a country, you need to know what the country’s current temperatures are, for the average hottest month, the average month, and the average coldest month.

But the IPCC, and Alarmists in general, don’t want you to believe that. They want you to believe that ALL warming is “BAD”. And that ANY warming is “BAD” for EVERY country, no matter what that country’s climate is.

Next time that you talk to an Alarmist, ask them if global warming is “bad” for Russia.

Russia has a population of about 143,895,551 people.

The temperature of Russia’s average hottest month is +22.8 degrees Celsius.
[ I could live with that ]

The temperature of Russia’s average month is +0.2 degrees Celsius
[ that is a bit cold for me ]

The temperature of Russia’s average coldest month is -21.1 degrees Celsius.
[ sorry, I am no longer thinking of moving to Russia (unless global warming gets REALLY, REALLY, BAD) ]

Please tell me if I am wrong. I believe that the people who live in Russia, would hold a street party, to welcome global warming to Russia. People attending the street party, would still need to wear a warm jacket, to avoid freezing to death (I believe that Russians use vodka, because of its antifreeze properties).


How to use this article.

This article contains 3 graphs, and 1 table.

The table is at the end of this article, and lists all 216 countries in alphabetical order, along with the region, population, and temperature of the average coldest month, the average month, and the average hottest month.

The 3 graphs each list all 216 counties, along with a bar graph showing the temperature of the average coldest month, the average month, and the average hottest month, for each country.

The “bars” can be used to compare countries, and see how a country fits into the “continuum” of temperatures.

The 3 graphs are sorted by the different types of temperature.

the 1st graph is sorted by the temperature of the average hottest month. It shows the hottest month “continuum”.

the 2nd graph is sorted by the temperature of the average month. It shows the average month “continuum”.

the 3rd graph is sorted by the temperature of the average coldest month. It shows the coldest month “continuum”.


It is fun just browsing through the graphs, seeing the temperatures of the different countries, and trying to explain why different countries have different temperatures.

But eventually, you will probably want to look up a particular country (like the country that you live in). Because there are 216 countries, you might find it hard to find a particular country. You can use your knowledge of a countries temperatures, to help you to locate it on a graph.

If you live in Kuwait, Iraq, United Arab Emirates, Chad, Qatar, Sudan, Niger, or Pakistan, and you are looking at the graph sorted by the average hottest month, then I suggest that you look near the bottom of the graph (they all have high average hottest months).

If you live in Mongolia, Russia, Greenland, Kazakhstan, Canada, Finland, Kyrgyzstan, or Armenia, and you are looking at the graph sorted by the average coldest month, then I suggest that you look near the top of the graph (they all have low average coldest months).

If you live in England (which is listed under the country name “United Kingdom”), then I have to say “bad luck”. Not everybody can live in a country with nice temperatures. I am just joking. But United Kingdom actually has the 7th lowest average hottest month temperature (+19.8 degrees Celsius, that is colder than Finland, and Russia). I lived in London for about a year, and I was amazed at how nearly everyone in England gets badly sunburned, whenever there is a sunny day. It is because they don’t get many sunny days, so they like to enjoy them, when they occur.

People who live in the United Kingdom, don’t get too hot, very often. But they also don’t get too cold, very often. The Gulf Stream makes the climate “moderate” (not too cold, but also not too hot). The United Kingdom has an average temperature of +9.5 degrees Celsius. That is a bit cold for me. That is warmer than Ukraine, but colder than the Netherlands. It is no surprise that English people like to go on holiday to “hotter” places (that means anywhere, except Greenland, Faroe Islands, and Norway).


Time to get serious again. You can’t search for a country using the browsers “find” function, because the graphs and the table are all pictures. But there is a fairly easy way to find a particular country. Look it up in the alphabetical table at the end of this article. Memorize (or if you are like me, write down) the temperature of the average coldest month, the average month, and the average hottest month.

To find the particular country on the graph sorted by the hottest month, find the countries average hottest month, in the hottest month “continuum”. The country will be near that position, in the hottest month “continuum”.

To find the particular country on the graph sorted by the average month, find the countries average month, in the average month “continuum”. The country will be near that position, in the average month “continuum”.

To find the particular country on the graph sorted by the coldest month, find the countries average coldest month, in the coldest month “continuum”. The country will be near that position, in the coldest month “continuum”.

I hope that you enjoy looking at these graphs, as much as I enjoy them. If you think that this article is interesting and enjoyable, then please consider “buying me a coffee”. There is a button at the top and bottom of each webpage. A coffee costs exactly $5.00 (USD). If you are a caffeine addict, you can buy me more than one coffee. Don’t tell my boss, but I work harder on my website, than I do on my day job. I don’t get paid anything for the work that I do on my website. And I have to pay for domain name registration, the WordPress monthly fee, etc. I decided to make my website Ad-Free, to keep it uncluttered, and more readable. I created my website, because I enjoy investigating global warming, and I want people to know the truth. I don’t think that we are being told the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

 

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