Lake Ontario's Effect On Temporal Patterns

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Undoubtedly, there are many factors that can impact temporal patterns as illustrated in the climographs. Both of the cities is located in a different part of the world and experiences different climates. Each of the cities have very different geographical layouts and factors that affect temperature and precipitation throughout the year. In Toronto, Canada climate is moderate with warm humid summers and generally cold winters. The climate in Toronto, Canada is moderate due to its southerly location within the country and its proximity to Lake Ontario. The climate in Toronto, Canada varies a lot due to a great distance from the north to south. Also, different elevations produce different climate conditions. Lake Ontario affects the climate in Toronto. During the summer, there is cool lake breezes with a lot of humidity. In the winter, the effect of Lake Ontario produces warm lake breezes, …show more content…

The mountains ranges in Moscow, Russia block moderating temperatures from the Indian and Pacific oceans. Since Moscow. Russia has little exposure to ocean influences, the city receives low to moderate amounts of precipitation. The albedo affect influences the climate in Moscow, Russia during the winter time. There is a lot of of ice formed during the winter time in Moscow, Russia. More ice forming will result in greater albedo effect. As a result, there is cooler temperatures during the winter time in Moscow, Russia. The reason why climate in Moscow is continental is because of the high mountain ranges that block moderating temperatures from the Indian and Pacific oceans causing very cold temperatures. Toronto and Moscow have very different climates from each other. They have two distinctly differently geographical location; one being under the influence of Lakes and the other in a mountainous region with high elevation. Lastly, climate of both cities consist of cold winter and warm

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