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the general meteorological conditions prevailing in a given area.
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Q. If you are an asthmatic, is it better to live in a cold climate or hot climate?

A. Well, I'm not a doctor and I guess you should consult one cause each patient can get allergic asthma from different things but as an asthmatic I can tell you it's not necessarily has to do with cold/warm tough humidity and haziness are definitely important factors for some of us. I tend to get more attacks in places with these factors and in my country, the city which is considered with the "best air" for asthmatics has a dry and cold weather...

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Open circles denote IGRA station locations while the color bar on the top denotes different climate classes. The number of IGRA rawinsonde sites (omitting coastal sites) as a function of Koppen-Geiger climate classification varies as Cfa: 12; Dfb: 8; BSk: 9; Dfa: 7; Dsb: 3; BSh: 2; BWk: 2; Dsa: 2; Csa; and Csb: 1.
Caption: FIGURE 4 Climate Classes. Model building codes.
pretense representatives of unique climate classes, and being isolated from other T.

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