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31 March, 07:27

Northern Switzerland has a fairly cold climate caused by sea winds from the Atlantic Ocean, but southern Switzerland tends to be much warmer and sunnier. What could cause the difference?

A. The south is at much higher elevation

B. Switzerland has experienced a drastic climate change in the past few years

C. Mountains prevent cold air from blowing over into the south

D. Cool winds cannot blow across a large lake into the south

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  1. 31 March, 08:51
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    C.

    The Swiss Alps serve to protect the south from the cold winds and this results in a warmer climate.
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