HOW IT IS THE CLIMATE IN THE UNITED STATES?

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As the United States vast territory geographically, the climate varies from region in region, predominantly temperate, tropical temperatures in Hawaii and Florida, Arctic in Alaska, semiarid in the Great Plains area and West of the Mississippi River, arid in the large basins of Southwestern, and moderate in the area Northwest winters.

Many of the States have the four seasons. Temperatures range from temperate to tropical, depending on the proximity of the coast, the altitude and the time of year.

Spring
It is a rainy season. Usually from temperature warm during the day and cool at night.

Summer
The temperature is very hot above 20 degrees centigrade and at times reaching more than 30 degrees.

Autumn
Although the term in English is “Autumn”, referred to colloquially as “Fall”. It happens during September and October with icy winds. Leaves change color and trees lose their foliage. Also it can rain much until the beginning of the snow.

Winter
Winter can be the station any longer in many States, with a duration of up to four – five months: November, December, January, February and March. In colder places, the temperature remains below 0 degrees Celsius, day and night. To tolerate the freezing wind, it is necessary to be properly dressed and home must have adequate protection and heating.

Being constantly pending climate is part of normal habits of the everyday life of Americans. Their observation and weather alert systems have achieved levels very advanced technologically, allowing them to predict rain, snow and other natural phenomena with a high percentage of success.

Fuente: HTTP://WWW.MEQUIEROIR.COM/PAISES/EEUU/EMIGRAR/DESCRIPCION/CLIMA/
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