The reason why the temperatures don’t last that long because of the cold front in the region and shorter daylight which makes it harder to warm up more than 55 F or 12 C. That means the only way that it will work is that the temperature have to stay around 10 degrees different at night go back to the same temps which the weather warmer if the winds doesn’t affect the forecast. However the temps don’t match when the real feel is more cooler than the exact temps during the winter months comparing to spring.
The only way it will work is that the temperatures has to match for over 24 hours or 10 degrees different or more than 2 days around the same spot with warmer temps which the weather would be warm for sweater weather or perhaps a perfect day to go outside like the park or town center. Others may assume that the body’s main sensors for detecting climate shifts lie on the surface of our skin depending on sun light and heat during the day. Once it turns dusk outside during the winter, it can either quickly become cold or breezy for sweater weather depends on how much the temperature drops or keep the similar temps. Sometimes in certain parts of the world can only use specific temperatures and weather related issues during the winter months because of the anticyclonic spin being close to the United Kingdom line which that could the reason why the jet stream goes around the United Kingdom and Ireland to cause of getting all of the gloomy days included Northern France, Northern Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Both Norway and Sweden do attempt to have lots of snow because of the polar air which brings in the cold air
The Earth of the globe and the deal with global warming has been a problem with why the temps often change the climate when one day is cold and the other day is warm. Other parts of the world shows that it can be colder for one week and the next week it gets warmer on a specific region depending on where you live in. The moist is a big role for the summer months while the dry wind takes responsible for shorten the warm weather especially the lack of daylight in the winter months. Sometimes the Polar vortex can increase the air pressure which the jet stream weakens the surface while it allows cold to drip depending on the destination. Some months the tropics forces the jet streams to go straight north which the majority of warm weather its the north even the arctic section which is a big issue with climate change and wildfires in the woodlands during the summer months.