Graph making exercise

Using the data and a graph (see example below), complete the graph of mean Temperature Norms (Degrees F) for West Burke and Vernon.  Label the months of the year on the bottom of the graph.  Label the side of the graph "Degrees F."  Use circles  for West Burke and triangles for Vernon.  Using a ruler, connect the symbols with straight lines.  Title your graph "Temperature Norms (Degrees F) 1951-1980" and label the symbols in a key.  (Print out a pre-made, pre-started chart here!)

 Temperature Norms (Degrees F) Vernon West Burke January 20 11 February 22 13 March 33 24 April 45 38 May 56 50 June 65 60 July 70 64 August 68 62 September 61 54 October 49 43 November 39 32 December 25 17 Annual Average 46 39

Temperature graph questions.  On the average:

1.  Which location is warmer?

2.  In what month do both locations reach their highest temperatures?

3.  In what month do both locations reach their lowest temperatures?

4.  Based on the information in these two graphs, how do precipitation and temperature vary from one region to another?

Chart

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