These climates have an average temperature above 10 degrees celsius in their warmest months and a coldest month average below-3 degrees celsius.
For example the Tundra Biome and its climate is found along artic coastal areas. Polar and Artic air masses dominate the tundra climate. The winter season is long and severe. A short mild season exists, but not a true summer season. Moderating Ocean winds keep the temperatures from being as severe as interior regions.
The demand for energy will increase as power generation becomes less reliable. Damage to other countries around the globe will also affect U.S business through disruption in trade and supply chains.
what is the average temperature in warmer months?
In colder climates, you can expect winters to be long and bitterly cold, while summers are brief and chilly.
These usually occur in the interiors of continents, or on their east coasts north of 40 degrees latitude. In the Southern hemisphere, this climate is extremely rare due to the smaller land masses.
Warmer temperatures, sea level rise and extreme weather will damage property and critical infrastructure, impact human health and productivity and negatively affect sectors such as agriculture fishery and tourism.