Posted September 08, 2018 08:16:53When the sun is shining on the Earth, the temperature is about 5°C (10°F), and the average temperature for that area is about 20°C (-54°F).
But if you are a fan of a bit more extreme weather, you could be in for a treat as the Northern Hemisphere gets a bit cooler.
At the end of September, the average maximum temperature will be around 20° C (-54.5° F) and the lowest point will be about 1.5 kilometres (0.8 miles) from the horizon, according to the Climate Observatory.
The average maximum for August was 9.7° C (25° F), the lowest for August for the Northern hemisphere was 9° C (−18° F).
The Northern Hemisphere average maximum is about 3.5 degrees Celsius (5.6 degrees Fahrenheit), the minimum is about 1 degree Celsius (0) and a long way off the average of 1.7 degrees Celsius.
In the Southern Hemisphere, the minimum will be 7.5º C (18.7º F), and in the Northern it will be 5.7 degree Celsius (-26.7F).
The Northern Hemisphere minimum is 9.5 degree Celsius (−24.7 F), while the Southern minimum is 8.4 degree Celsius (+24.3 F).
For August, the weather in the North Pacific region was pretty cold, with an average temperature of just 0.8 degrees Celsius (-3.5 F) for that region.
The Northern and Southern Hemispheres are at the peak of their summers, and so that means the chance of cool days and cool nights will be much greater in the summer months.