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14.   Climate is "best" described as      *A. *the long-term average of weather variations in a specific area. *B. *the daily weather as predicted by a meteorologist. *C. *the areas only where the temperatures drop below freezing. *D. *the short-term average of weather variations in a specific area.  
Climate is best described as the long-term average of weather variations in a specific area.
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