What is the average temperature in the Arctic?

Answer The Arctic, which encompasses the North Pole and its surrounding tundra and forests, has an average summer temperature of 45 degrees while the average winter temperature is -30 degrees Fahrenheit. ... Read More »

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What is the average charted rainfall in the Arctic tundra?

Precipitation in the Arctic tundra (including melting snow) averages between 15 and 25 centimeters per year. (Arctic regions nearer to the ocean receive a slightly greater amount of precipitation.)... Read More »

What Was the Average Temperature of the Ice Age?

The average temperature of the Ice Age is estimated to be about 32 degrees Fahrenheit (0 degrees Celsius). The coldest temperatures on record for the Ice Age date back to about 50,000 years ago. I... Read More »

What is the sun's average temperature?

The average temperature of the sun varies by its layers. The core is on average 15 million degrees Kelvin (K). The photosphere ranges between 4500 and 6000 K and the chromosphere between 4500 and 1... Read More »

What is the average temperature for a dog?

Normal rectal temperature for a dog should be between 99.5 and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit. A temperature above 103 degrees Fahrenheit or below 98 degrees Fahrenheit might indicate illness. If you ha... Read More »