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Finding Climate Similarity

 
William James
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An interesting resource people might enjoy.
http://www.codeminders.com/weather_similarity/

There's also this, but not very interactive:
http://www.climate-charts.com/

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Tyler Ludens
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Way off on precipitation.....
 
Brenda Groth
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interesting, mostly farther north in Europe than I would have predicted, like russia, belaruse, india, china, japan, latvia, etc.
 
William James
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I found out that my home (milano linate) is decidedly Zone 6 Buttercup.
That helps.
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Leila Rich
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Am I just being a twit or do I need to be from the US to make a climate comparison?
I set off across the sea but never seemed to get anywhere!
Hang on, William's in Italy, so I'm back to "I'm a twit"...
 
Rose Pinder
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Leila, if you zoom out, you will get a map of the Pacific and can then move NZ to the centre and zoom in again.

I'm not sure what to make of it though. It says Christchurch and Hokitika have a very similar climate (they don't). Are they just going on average temperatures.
 
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