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This article is part of [[Wikitravel:Climate Expedition]] and is linked to by the units displayed in [[Template:Climate]] to help folks understand such basic units of measure if they are foreign to them. Example: help travelers from regions where Metric units are the norm read daily temperature and rainfall in Fahrenheit and inches, the Imperial units used in Wikitravel pages about USA locations.
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This article is part of [[Wikitravel:Climate Expedition]] and is linked to by the units displayed in [[Template:Climate]] to help folks understand such basic units of measure if they are foreign to them. Example: help travelers from regions where Metric units are the norm read daily temperature and rainfall in Fahrenheit and inches, the Imperial units used in Wikitravel pages about USA locations. --[[User:Rogerhc|Rogerhc]] 02:37, 1 June 2007 (EDT)

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This article is part of Wikitravel:Climate Expedition and is linked to by the units displayed in Template:Climate to help folks understand such basic units of measure if they are foreign to them. Example: help travelers from regions where Metric units are the norm read daily temperature and rainfall in Fahrenheit and inches, the Imperial units used in Wikitravel pages about USA locations. --Rogerhc 02:37, 1 June 2007 (EDT)