What is the difference in temperature from summer to winter like at the poles?



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    Well, the Poles are cold year round, so it is just varying degrees of cold.

    The South Pole sees a shift in average temperature of 58 degrees Fahrenheit, from an average low of -76 F in winter to an average high of -18 F in the summer months.

    The North Pole sees a much larger average shift of 72 degrees, from an average of -40 F in the winter to 32 F in the summer. 

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