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Celsius

The scale of temperature equal to absolute temperature minus 273° (K − 273°). It is denoted as °C. Previously called centigrade. The standard temperature scale in the metric system, which sets the freezing point at 0° and the boiling point at 100° (compared to 32 and 212°, respectively, in the Fahrenheit scale). Named after Swedish astronomer Andres Celsius, who published his paper on the subject in 1742.
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Met Office forecaster Craig Snell said it had been "exceptionally warm" for this time of year, given the average October temperature is closer to 14 degrees Celcius.
It's a typical Irish winter day; 25mph winds and about negative-six degrees celcius outside.
They can't generate heat by shivering as well as you or I can, and a room temperature between 24 and 29 degrees celcius is ideal.
With variable PID temperature control u to 230 degrees Celcius and a fixed speed of 210" per minute, this light unit handles poly thicknesses that range from 2 to 6 mil.
Lieshout says that normal asphalt is likely to become soft at 50 degrees celcius, while Sealoflex becomes soft at around 90 degrees celcius.
Users are no longer required to purchase additional equipment because the DORADO can solder reflow equipment of up to 240 degrees celcius and adapt to the existing production system.
Temperature in Muscat and Sohar will be around 25 degrees celcius, while it will be 27 degrees in Nizwa and Haima, and 28 degrees in Ibra.
The normal human body temperature is 37 degrees Celcius and humans quickly die if the core body temperature drops below 22 degrees Celcius.
The coastal areas will have average temperatures of between 33 degrees Celcius to 38 degrees Celcius while internal areas will have 37 degrees Celcius to 41 degrees Celcius.
temperatures as low as minus 3 degrees Celcius that damaged crops.
Part of northern India, including the national capital, are also reeling under intense heat wave, with the maximum temperature touching nearly 45 degrees Celcius.
1 degrees Celcius, was recorded on February 4, 1987 and December 30, 1988 while Baguio's coldest temperature was recorded on January 18, 1961 with 6.