Continentality, the North Atlantic Drift and Air Masses influence UK weather – Quiz

True or false? The climate of the UK is similar to most other countries at a similar latitude.

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The climate of the UK is different to most other countries at a similar latitude.

Which of the does not influence the UK's unique climate?

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True or false? Areas near the sea are warmer than inland areas in winter because because the sea stores heat and warms the land.

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True or false? Areas near the sea are cooler in summer because the sea takes a long time to heat up so cools the land down.

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The UK is milder in winter and cooler in summer than countries at a similar latitude on the continent such as Germany. What is this the result of?

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What is the North Atlantic Drift part of?

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The North Atlantic Drift is an ocean current that brings warm water to the west cost of the UK from where?

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What is the name of a large volume of air with roughly the same temperature and water content that affects the UK's weather and climate?

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Which of the following is not an example of an air mass that affects the UK?

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Where do maritime air masses originate from?

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How many air masses affect the UK?

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What type of weather does the polar continental air mass bring to the UK?

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Continentality, the North Atlantic Drift and Air Masses influence UK weather - Quiz
Well done! You have a great understanding of this area of geography!

Not a bad effort at all, but you should consider revising this area a bit more.

Hmmmmmm, you might want to spend some time revising this area of geography.

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