It’s a question that has become a hot topic of discussion in the world of climate change science.
As the planet warms, there’s a growing body of research suggesting that regions with higher temperatures could have more extreme climates and more frequent and intense extreme weather events.
It’s also become clear that the hotter regions have more snow and ice.
That’s why, for example, a study published in Science last year found that the U.S. Southwest has the highest number of wildfires in the U: there’s more snow than any other region in the country.
But when it comes to climate, the US. isn’t the only place to have such extreme weather.
The average temperature in the United States is around 28 degrees Celsius (90 degrees Fahrenheit), according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).
That’s an average that can vary by region.
According to the NOAA, the average winter temperature in many areas has been in the mid-30s Fahrenheit.
And even in the warmer parts of the country, like the Northeast, the winter temperature can drop to -30 degrees Celsius or colder.
This article originally appeared on The Verge.