Tiengong Subarctic Weather
Subarctic climate prevails in latitudes from 60 degrees to around 47 degrees in the cool season and 70 to 51 degrees in the warm season. Winters are long and cold, but there is also a season that can be legitimately called summer. Winds are somewhat more active here than in the arctic, and tend to blow from the arctic on an angle (northwest in the northern hemisphere, southwest in the southern) during the winter, southwest in the northern and northwest in the southern hemispheres during the summer.
Subarctic Seasonal Temperature Variation Chart:
Check for daily weather changes using the Day-To-Day Change Table, and any other related tables that may come up. Record the indicated weather for the day in question.
The temperature figures for desert assume an elevation of sea level, for plains and forest, 500 feet, for hills, 2000 feet, and for mountains, 4000 feet. If these terrain types exist at different elevations, subtract 3 degrees from the temperature figures for every increase of 1000 feet (or add 3 degrees for every decrease of 1000 feet) if a more accurate temperature determination is desired.