Panama City Temperature Analysis

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The above tables summarize the average monthly temperature from 2 stations in North Florida, Central Florida, and South Florida. One station is located inland and one station is located near the coast. The average monthly temperatures will be analyzed and compared by regions and then compared as a whole using conceptual temperature models. To begin, the two stations that were chosen in North Florida are located in Panama City and Blountstown. Panama City is located near the coast, thus coastal locations typically have a cooler average monthly temperature in summer or cooler average maximum temperature than inland locations. Table 1 illustrates that Panama City has an average maximum temperature of 78.6°F, while Blountstown exhibits…show more content…
Table 1, Table 2, and Table 3 prove this in coastal locations. For example, North Florida’s Panama City has an average maximum temperature of 78.6°F, Central Florida’s Weeki Wachee has an average maximum temperature of 82.3°F, and South Florida’s Stuart has an average maximum temperature 83.2°F. Thus, these temperatures gradually increase as the latitude decreases. The coastal locations also exhibit this trend in their average minimum temperature. North Florida’s Panama City has an average minimum temperature of 58.8°F, Central Florida’s Weeki Wachee has an average minimum temperature of 58.8°F, and South Florida’s Stuart has an average minimum temperature 65.8°F. Then, the same pattern is demonstrated again in the inland locations. For instance, North Florida’s Blountstown has an average maximum temperature of 79.4°F, Central Florida’s Inverness has an average maximum temperature of 82.0°F, and South Florida’s Okeechobee has an average maximum temperature 82.3°F. North Florida’s Blountstown has an average minimum temperature of 55.8°F, Central Florida’s Inverness has an average minimum temperature of 58.8°F, and South Florida’s Okeechobee has an average minimum temperature

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