3 Waves predominantly from the north east populate the St. Augustine Inlet. This creates a net southerly, longshore sediment transport 1. The wave climate is seasonal with wave energy usually the greatest during the winter season3. Winter seasons usually have subtropical frontal passages occurring every three to seven days3. Typically the wave heights during the passages average from 1.2 to 1.8 m with mean wave periods of 9-12 seconds.
Haiti 's Climate Average daily temperatures in Haiti fall between seventy and eighty degrees Fahrenheit. However, high temperatures have topped one hundred degrees, and lows have dipped to a frigid sixty degrees. At night, temperatures usually fall to ten to twenty degrees. According to USA Today 's website, "November through March is Haiti 's dry season" it also includes, "the average rainfall is about 3.5 inches" during this period. Typically, the driest month of the year in Haiti is January.
For the last 5000 years Blackstone Lake and surrounding area has had a stable climate with its current climate of a mean July temperature of 18°C and a mean January day temperature of -7°C. Unlike the summer, the winter is strongly moderated by Georgian Bay. The expected number of frost-free days is 140. As the lake is in a snow belt caused by the lake end effect, it receives at least 2.5 m of snow. The lake effect also contributes to the total annual precipitation of 100 cm.
The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 121 days. On average, there are about 185 sunny days per year in Muncie, Indiana. The July high is around 85 degrees. The January low is 19 degrees. Muncie, Indiana has a humid continental climate with hot summers and no dry season.
Table 1, Table 2, and Table 3 prove this in coastal locations. For example, North Florida’s Panama City has an average maximum temperature of 78.6°F, Central Florida’s Weeki Wachee has an average maximum temperature of 82.3°F, and South Florida’s Stuart has an average maximum temperature 83.2°F. Thus, these temperatures gradually increase as the latitude decreases. The coastal locations also exhibit this trend in their average minimum temperature. North Florida’s Panama City has an average minimum temperature of 58.8°F, Central Florida’s Weeki Wachee has an average minimum temperature of 58.8°F, and South Florida’s Stuart has an average minimum temperature 65.8°F.
Besides the ever changing land formation, the area itself is constantly dry (9). The highest temperatures are during the summer months, particularly July, when temperatures can spike to 121 degrees Fahrenheit (9). The lowest temperatures are in January, when it can dip down all the way to 24
#1 Tropical Rain forest #2 Description: A Tropical Rain forest is a humid and hot biome, where it has yearly rain. It gets about more than 100 inches of rain each year. Tropical Rain forests consist of four layers. The emergent layer, the canopy layer, understory, and the forest floor make up the area of a Tropical Rain forest. The emergent layer has giant trees that receive the highest amount of sunlight which they face high temperatures, heavy winds, and low humidity.
Weather. In Frisco Texas the temperatures range from the single digits in the winter to double digits above one hundred degrees in the summer. When you add the humidity, the heat index can reach over 115 degrees Fahrenheit. The cold is not as hard on a roof as the heat is. There is much more heat than could in Frisco.
Over the past 150 years there has been 18 hurricanes/tropical storms that have hit nova scotia, Hurricane Juan was the third most recent striking in 2003 before hurricane Juan there was 8 category one hurricanes, one category two ,and 2 category threes, 7 years after hurricane Juan there was a category 4 hurricane and 4 years after that a category 2. Based on the number of years between each hurricane they seem to be becoming more frequent and will continue to happen more often because of global warming and the earth becoming warmer and since the earth is becoming warmer the ocean heats up, Since hurricanes are created from the warm air from the ocean rising and building up, making this giant storm. it will become more frequent due to the more warm air in the oceans building up. On May 22, 2014 a news item was released by environment Canada stating that hurricane season runs from june until november this is because the waters in the atlantic ocean are finally warm enough to start creating tropical cyclones and early that day the NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) predicted 8-13 named storms, 3-6 hurricanes and 1-2 major hurricanes. Meteorologists can predict hurricanes based on their seasonal possibilities and then after they 've been formed there able to track them using satellites and Doppler radar and predict where they will make landfall.
Tropical rain forests, which are found in Africa, South America and Southeast Asia, have warm, humid climate and heavy seasonal rainfall (Supriatna et al. 1996; Umapathy et al. 2003). The rainy season lasts from about September to May, with average monthly rainfall between 140 and 300 mm (5.5 and 11.8 in) and from June through August or September there is less rainfall received in Southeast Asia (Lucas & Corlett 1991; Yeager 1996; Umapathy et al. 2003).
According to the National Weather Service Forecast Database in the month of September there was high 94 degrees fahrenheit and low 73 degrees fahrenheit, with a total of 18 days over 90 degrees fahrenheit. The total amount of precipitation was 9.97 inches throughout the month and a total of 22 days of thunderstorms. According to the National Park Service, South Florida only experiences 2 seasons instead of the typical 4 seasons, they consist of wet and dry. Miami-Dade County is considered to have a subtropical climate, with warm, humid, and rainy summers and dry winters. The high temperature days in Miami-Dade County are cooled off by thunderstorms, as the wet season ranges from May to November, according to the National Park Services.