You passed the literal character string 'Temperature' to the abs() function, not a variable named Temperature
>> input Temperature
The above is bad syntax -- it runs, but you didn't use a variable name as the LHS in an assignment statement so the result of whatever the user would enter goes to the default built-in ans variable -- the string Temperature is the prompt displayed to the user, not a variable name that the result will go into.
You intended to write something like:
Temperature=input('Please enter a temperature value: ');
NB: the variable Temperature is created and assigned a value by the input function; the string there is sufficiently explanatory to the user of what is expected and the argument to the abs function is the name of the variable not surrounded by quotes.
A sylistic point would be that y wouldn't seem a very meaningful name for that variable in lieu of something that reflects what it actually is, but that's not a fatal error, just one of making the code easier to follow for the humans involved...