How does the temperature work?
Francophone countries use the metric system, so temperature is measured in degrees centigrade or Celsius rather than Fahrenheit. The freezing point of the water is 0 degrees C, and its boiling point is over 100 degrees C. What would be considered an agreeable temperature, would be 25 degrees C (77 degrees Fahrenheit). Anything more than 35 degrees C would be considered hot. 18 degrees C, would be cold.