July is the hottest month in the entire northern hemisphere. The exceptions are monsoon land and the West Coast of the United States, particularly San Francisco and Los Angeles in California. In the southern hemisphere, this is the coldest month. Let's discuss it in more detail.
Northern hemisphere conditions
Throughout the northern hemisphere, temperatures in July are the highest in the year. In the tropics, the temperature at noon exceeds 110 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature band must be as high as 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Even north to 60 N, temperatures above 80 F are normal. The chilly time in the tropics is about 75 degrees Fahrenheit, the temperate zone is 65 degrees Fahrenheit, and the cold zone is 55 degrees Fahrenheit.
However, monsoon land is a major exception to this general rule. This June is the hottest month, especially in South Asia where India and Pakistan are located. By the end of June, the cool monsoon hit most of the Indian subcontinent and prevented further temperature rise. Therefore, July is much colder than the absence of a monsoon.
The second exception is the California coast, where temperatures rise very slowly due to the cool Pacific currents and peak in August.
Due to the opposite season in the southern hemisphere, the area here is passing their winter. The main difference is that winter is much warmer than the winter in the northern hemisphere, because this hemisphere does not have a continent like Asia, and no one is located far from the ocean. Therefore, the continental effect is not obvious and the temperature is very mild. For example, if we look closely at some famous cities in the southern hemisphere, we will find that winter is much less than the winter in the northern hemisphere. The highest point in Sydney, Australia [the coldest month] is 60 degrees Fahrenheit and the lowest point is 40 degrees Fahrenheit; this is very equal. Even in Auckland, New Zealand, in the south, the temperature during the day is rarely less than 50 degrees Fahrenheit and the night is about 35 degrees Fahrenheit.
In short, July is the hottest month in the Northern Hemisphere and the coldest month in the Southern Hemisphere. The temperature recorded at a particular site is highly dependent on its distance from the nearest body of water, which may be ocean or ocean.Natural Insomnia Program - Blue Heron Health News (view mobile),Click here! Breaking News: New Copy Crushes It! -- Article-style (view mobile),Click here!