mean temperature


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mean tem·per·a·ture

the average atmospheric temperature in any locality for a designated period of time, as a month or a year.

mean temperature

The average temperature for a stated period in a given locality.
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Watts then raised an interesting question: "So according to NOAA's National Climatic Data Center, it seems clear that for at least the last 10 years, there has been a cooling trend in the annual mean temperature of the continental U.
For instance, under a 2[degrees]C change in global mean temperature, annual average mortality rates are projected to equal those of 1995, whereas under a 4[degrees]C change in global mean temperature, annual average mortality is projected to be twice 1995 levels, and 1995-like heat waves are predicted to occur as frequently as three times per year.
For all warm climate scenarios generated by the 3-D model, Earth's mean temperature about 2.
According to Lindzen, "The increase in global mean temperature over the past century is about 1[degrees] F which is smaller than the normal .
The mean temperature was 27 [degrees] C to 29 [degrees]C and was inversely associated with malaria cases (Figure 6C).
These show slight cooling in the eastern equatorial Pacific, while the global mean temperature has climbed about 0.
increasing the mean temperature of a hot-face refractory beyond an optimum point will generally cause one or more detrimental reactions to occur.
Cooling degree days document the cumulative number of degrees by which the mean temperature exceeds 65 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Met Office three-month outlook said: "The latest predictions for UK mean temperature favour above-average temperatures for both September and September, October, November as a whole.
If temperatures were to rise 2 degrees Celsius over pre-industrial times, global mean temperature would far exceed that of the Eemian, when sea level was four to six meters higher than today, Hansen said.
The Civil Aviation Affairs (CAA) Meteorology Directorate revealed the mean temperature for the month was 23C, 1.
The increase in mean temperature over the UK by the end of the century is projected to be about 2C in winter and about 4C in summer.