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Explanation 10 – Club Penguin’s Weather

Hello Penguins!

It’s been a while since we’ve had an explanation, so lets start explaining again! This time, I am going to explain Club Penguin’s Weather.

Club Penguin doesn’t really have a wide range of weather, mainly because it’s in the arctic, where there’s not much precipitation. Now you all know that there’s snow on the ground permanently, because of the temperature. It is roughly -10’C in the summer in the Arctic, and in the winter, it can reach to below -60’C. Which is super cold. Here in the UK, we have a temperate climate, so we get common rainfall, and winds. Back to Club Penguin’s weather again: In Club Penguin the weather is always sunny, with the odd cloud in the sky. If you look through the telescope, you can see a few clouds there. They are there forever really. The temperature is about -30’C daily, and never changes. However, Club Penguin has a Storm which takes place at halloween, where lightning strikes constantly and there’s even a chance of rain, as the temperature shoots up to about 5’C, which is cold, but not freezing.

And that’s just about it. I may even make an explanation on weather itself, as im an expert on that type of subject. If you want to know anything about weather, then ask me! I’d be more than happy to help you! Comment if you have any questions.



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