Why does sand hold heat longer than water?



Answer:
Because heat is absorb much better than water. Water's molecules move around too much.
because sand is white and white gets hot easy and the sad asorbs the water
I don't think it does.
You get onshore and offshore breezes because the land changes temperature more rapidly than the ocean. Water is a big heat mass that tends to maintain its temperature compared to the land that changes temperature rapidly.

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