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Every-Day Edit: Why Is It Cold in Winter?

 

 

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Earths axis is tilted, so as we orbit the Sun, the angle of the sunlight hitting our planet change’s through out the year. In December, people in the northern Hemisphere feel colder because they are tilted away form the Sun. at the same time, people in the Southern Hemispere are tilter toward the Sun, makeing it warmer in tat part of the world.

 

Answer Key:

Earth’s axis is tilted, so as we orbit the Sun, the angle of the sunlight hitting our planet changes throughout the year. In December, people in the Northern Hemisphere feel colder because they are tilted away from the Sun. At the same time, people in the Southern Hemisphere are tilted toward the Sun, making it warmer in that part of the world.

 

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