# What is annual average temperature?

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The mean

**annual temperature**refers to the**average**of the maximum and minimum**temperatures**of a**year**, taking the mean**average**of the coldest month of the**year**and averaging it with the mean**average**of the hottest month of the**year**.

Keeping this in consideration, how do you calculate average annual temperature?

To **find** the **average** daily **temperature**, add the **temperatures** together to get a total. Divide that total by the number of **temperatures** (in this case, 5). The result is the **average** daily **temperature**.

**2019 global**land and ocean surface

**temperature**was 0.88°C (1.58°F) above the 20th century

**average**and tied with 2007 as the third highest

**temperature**since

**global**records began in 1880. Only the years 2016 (+1.06°C / +1.91°F) and 2017 (+0.91°C / +1.64°F) were warmer.

Just so, what is the annual average temperature on a world wide basis?

The average global annual temperature hovered around 13.7 °C (56.7 °F) from the 1880s through the 1910s. During the 1920s to 1940s, temperatures climbed about **0.1 °C** (**0.18 °F**) each decade. Mean global temperatures then stabilized at roughly 14.0°C (57.2 °F) until the 1980s.

The average **annual temperature in Texas** is 18.5 °C | 65.3 °F. The rainfall here is around 698 mm | 27.5 inch per year.