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How does albedo affect earth temperatures?
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User: How does cloud cover affect temperatures?

User: How does albedo affect earth temperatures?

Weegy: The ALBEDO slider controls how much of the sun energy hitting the earth is absorbed





User: what is the march temperature i.e.?

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The march temperature is 8-12°C (46° to 54°F).
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Clouds can block light and heat from the Sun, making Earth's temperature cooler.- is how cloud cover affect temperatures.


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