Geography question?

Why are the average January temperatures in Plymouth, United Kingdom (50°12′ N, 4°7′ W) and Cedar Island, NC, United States (34°59′ N, 76°118′ W) the same? A. Cedar Island is colder because of its coastal location. B. Cedar Island is at a higher longitude than Plymouth. C. A warm ocean current brings heat to the... show more Why are the average January temperatures in Plymouth, United Kingdom (50°12′ N, 4°7′ W) and Cedar Island, NC, United States (34°59′ N, 76°118′ W) the same? A. Cedar Island is colder because of its coastal location.
B. Cedar Island is at a higher longitude than Plymouth.
C. A warm ocean current brings heat to the United Kingdom.
D. A cold ocean current lowers the temperature of the eastern United States.
E. Cedar Island is colder because it is on a coastal mountain
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