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Climate is a word that means the type of weather a place gets most of the time. In Connecticut, we have a climate with four seasons and temperatures that change quite a bit from very cold in winter, to very warm in summer. We get equal amounts of precipitation in every season. That means we get about the same amount of rain (or snow) in every season. We expect cold weather in winter and hot weather in summer and we know that the weather could change very quickly from day to day and of course, from season to season.
As you probably guessed, Ghana’s location close to the equator means that it has a warm climate. Temperatures are usually high at all times throughout the entire country. The average temperatures are between 26 degrees Celsius and 29 degrees Celsius. In America, we use Fahrenheit temperatures, so we would say 79 degrees to 84 degrees Fahrenheit. This is about what it feels like to us in June or July. In the northern part of the country, it can be very hot….
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