The given line graph and table illustrate the average temperatures per a month and the average time of sunshine annually over a twelve-month period, from January to December, located in three diverse towns. Overall, it can obviously be seen that the temperatures in three locations showed upward tendency, except in Sydney while based on total sunshine, New York had the highest number.
Looking at the detailed analysis, in the beginning month, Sydney overtook the highest temperatures at more than 25, followed by London and New York which stood at less than 10 and 5, respectively. Next, there was an unchanged in the condition of Sydney temperatures since first month until February before it fell suddenly and hit a low of 15 in July. In contrast, August to December witnessed a steep rise and finally reached the point of 25 as the highest temperatures in the end period and the total of sunshine in this region per year was 2.473 hours.
Equally, important, temperatures in London and New York showed virtually similar patterns, in which both of them rose steadily until touching a peak at more than 20 in the same period, July, after they met at the same point of 12 in April. In November, they again met in the point of 11 and reached the last point at just under 10 in the twelfth month. Surprisingly, although New York had the lowest temperatures monthly, it had the biggest number of total hours of sunshine at 2,535 while London became the country which had the smallest one at around 1,180 hours.