What is the temperature of the ground at different depths?
As a general rule, the crust temperature is rising with depth due to the heat flow from the much hotter mantle; away from tectonic plate boundaries, temperature rises in about 25–30 °C/km (72–87 °F/mi) of depth near the surface in most of the world.
What is the temperature of the ground about 10 feet deep?
The ground temperature at depths greater than 10 feet remains relatively constant through the year. At a depth of 10 feet (3.04 m), the average ground temperature is 75.12°F (23.96°C) in summer and 75.87°F (24.37°C) in winter.
What is the earth temperature 1 mile deep?
The temp gradient is about 1.6 deg per 100 ft. Thus at 1 mile deep it is about 84 deg plus 60 deg or about 144 deg.
What is the temperature below frost line?
Per Federal Highway Administration Publication Number FHWA-HRT-08-057, the maximum frost depth observed in the contiguous United States ranges from 0 to 8 feet (2.4 m). Below that depth, the temperature varies, but is always above 32 °F (0 °C).