Why the Sun is so Hot and the Wind is So Cold, according to the Sun.
The Sun is the hottest planet on Earth, at just over 10,000°C.
It has the equivalent of nearly 2,000 Hiroshima bombs.
The Wind is also incredibly hot, but less than 3,000 degrees.
It’s been said that it takes about 10 minutes for a human to burn through 100,000 tonnes of CO2 in a single year.
According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the average global temperature on Earth is just below 1.5°C above average, or 2°C below the freezing point of water.
The wind blows about 1.2 metres per second, or about 4 metres per minute.
“The wind is very strong at this time of year, because it blows with a lot of moisture in it, and so the wind is much stronger than a lot on Earth,” said Professor Michael Wilson, from the University of Otago.
Wind speeds are usually very strong, so if you have a lot blowing at once, there will be a lot that is blowing away.
There is a lot to consider in terms of where you live.
It’s windy in the north, and drier in the south.
So in the southern hemisphere, it’s cold in the winter and warm in the summer.
In the tropics, it tends to be very dry, which is why there are so many storms.
At the equator, it has to be windy and cold in order for it to be able to carry a lot.
So, if you live in a place like the South Pole, or somewhere in the Northern Hemisphere, there may be less wind and more moisture than you’re used to.
You’ll also notice that if you go out in a hot weather, there’s a lot less water.
And that’s because the Sun will be in a warmer position than a very cold place.
This means that, in order to cool the air, you need to be in the right position.
The Sun’s position is very important in how much energy you use.
A lot of people who live in southern parts of the world will not be as aware of the wind and water conditions as people in northern parts of Europe and North America.
What does it mean to live in the wind?
The Sun’s temperature is measured in degrees Celsius.
That’s the amount of heat a given area is getting.
In the Northern hemisphere, the Northern Hemispheres temperature is about 60°C warmer than the Southern Hemisphere’s.
On average, the temperature in the Southern hemisphere is about 11°C hotter than the Northern.
That means that if a city was in the same latitude as you, the air would be cooler than it would be in an equator-like climate.
However, in the South, you’re probably getting the same amount of sunlight.
So it’s not as much air moving around, so you have more heat going on.
And if you’re at the Equator, you are getting much more sun than you would if you were at the North Pole.
But the Sun’s heat is so concentrated that it doesn’t need to move around to keep you warm.
If the Sun were to be moving about much, it could cool you off.
For the last few years, the winds have been very strong.
Because of that, the South has experienced a lot more extreme heat waves.
These have resulted in deaths and injuries in some parts of New Zealand.
As you travel in the equatorial Pacific, you’ll notice that it’s much colder than in the northern hemisphere.
Most people think of the North as colder than the South because it is the Arctic.
During the summer, the Arctic sea ice is melting rapidly.
Winter is the time when the ice is still relatively thin, and the sea ice can still form.
While the South is still very cold, you will notice that the temperatures will be lower than they were during the summer and winter.
Some of the places you might think of as cold are really warm, but there’s nothing particularly special about them.
New Zealand’s summer is very hot, and that means there’s not a lot going on outside.
Also, the weather is getting a lot warmer as well, so it’s getting really hot in the morning, and it’s actually getting hot in your head.
When you’re in Auckland, the heat will be so intense that it can be unbearable.
We have a really hot summer, and we have some of the coldest winters on Earth.
Although, if we have a cool summer, we can still enjoy the sun in the mornings.
With the current climate change, New Zealand will get warmer in the future.
I think it’s inevitable that the temperature of the atmosphere will