According to the Koppen climate classification system San Francisco is located

According to the koppen climate classification system

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According to the Koppen climate classification system, San Francisco is located in a Csb climate. The average precipitation is 40.2mm, and precipitation is high in winter, and very low in summer. The highest recorded precipitation was 100.8mm and the lowest was 0.8mm ( ). The average temperature in San Francisco is 55.6 ° F. The highest recorded temperature was 60.4 ° F while the lowest was 50.2 ° F ( ). Seasonal temperature changes do not occur often, but the summers are a bit cooler than what we are used to due to the Pacific Ocean currents.
Air masses in San Francisco appear to vary seasonally. Maritime Tropical (mT), Maritime Polar (mP), and Continental Polar (cP) invade during winter months. However, during summer months, Maritime Tropical and Continental Tropical (cT) occur. Bullet points 4 & 5 go here for San Francisco. On the opposite side of the United States, Key West is located at 24 ° 33’N/81 ° 46’W ( ) in Florida. Key West is an island off of the southern Florida coast that is surrounded by water from the Gulf of Mexico and the Straits of Florida. As well as hills, this island contains multiple basins, including the Turkey Basin, Waltz Key Basin, Jewfish Basin, and Cudjoe Basin.

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