What are the average annual temperatures of Alice Springs, Australia and Portland, Oregon


Answer 1

These are the temps for Alice springs:

January 98° / 71°

February 95° / 69°

March 91° / 64°

April 83° / 54°

May 74° / 47°

June 68° / 40°

July 68° / 39°

August 73° / 43°

September 82° / 51°

October 88° / 58°

November 93° / 64°

December 96° / 69°

These are the temps for Portland

January 46° / 37°

February 51° / 39°

March 56° / 41°

April 61° / 44°

May 67° / 49°

June 73° / 53°

July 80° / 57°

August 80° / 58°

September 75° / 54°

October 63° / 48°

November 52° / 41°

December 46° / 37°

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