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Wellington, New Zealand
Transcript of Wellington, New Zealand
: Clothes that you Should
Bring: If you are going to Wellington, New Zealand in the winter
which is April-October, you should bring warm woolen clothing,
a rain coat, gloves, hats, scarves, and long pants. In the Summer, which is November-March you should bring sunglasses,
sunscreen, shorts, t-shirts, and sandals. Location: Wellington, New Zealand's location on the world map is in the Southeastern part of the Southern Hemisphere. The latitude of Wellington, New Zealand is 41 degrees south. The altitude of Wellington, New Zealand is 15 feet-1800 feet because Wellington, New Zealand is full of mountains, valleys, and hills which makes the leveling of the ground so uneven. The seasons in Wellington, New Zealand are the opposite from the ones in U.S.A. The Summer time in Wellington, New Zealand is November, December, and January. The Spring time is September and October. The Autumn time is February, March, April, and May. The Winter time is
June, July, and August. The high average temperature for the Summer is 66 degrees Fahrenheit. The low average temperature is 54 degrees Fahrenheit. The high average temperature for the Winter is 54 degrees Fahrenheit. The low average temperature is 43 degrees Fahrenheit. Wellington, New Zealand gets an average 2,050 hours of sunshine each year. Wellington, New Zealand receives about 48 inches of rainfall each month. The wettest months are May, June, July, and August. Wellington, New Zealand experiences Tsunamis all year round. Earthquakes average at about 3,000 each year. Flooding occurs in high altitude places like on top of mountains or a high hill.