Tropical Depression Ten only lasted for a day from August 13 to August 14, 2005. Hurricane Katrina was not a hurricane yet, it was a tropical storm. Tropical Storm Katrina was heading towards Florida. Along the way, Tropical Storm Katrina became a hurricane. Two hours later, Hurricane Katrina went through Hallandale Beach and Aventura on August 25.
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. Then, the same pattern is demonstrated again in the inland locations. For instance, North Florida’s Blountstown has an average maximum temperature of 79.4°F, Central Florida’s Inverness has an average maximum temperature of 82.0°F, and South Florida’s Okeechobee has an average maximum temperature 82.3°F. North Florida’s Blountstown has an average minimum temperature of 55.8°F, Central Florida’s Inverness has an average minimum temperature of 58.8°F, and South Florida’s Okeechobee has an average minimum temperature
Inside days of the fall of Fort Sumter, four more states had joined the Confederacy, these states being Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Arkansas. The lines were drawn, very clearly. On paper, the Union exceeded the Confederacy verging on each and every way. Almost 21 million individuals lived in 23 Northern states. The South guaranteed only 9 million individuals, 3.5 million of which were slaves, in 11 confederate states.
1. 31 counties, 2551652 is total 2010 population, Washington county in Arkansas has largest area of 956.1 square miles 2. New York has largest number of African Americans, District of Columbia (DC) has largest percen tage of African Americans 3. Middle Atlantic has 3014385 4. - FIPS code is the field that can use to join table with dating table.
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.
The Jessie Trice Community Health Center, Inc. (JTCHC), is a Florida 501(c)(3), not-for-profit, Federally Qualified Health Center, which has been serving Miami-Dade County since 1967. The target population is the uninsured and underinsured, 95 percent of which live at or below the Federal Poverty Level of 200 percent. JTCHC served its first patients from a trailer. Now, 40 years after its founding, JTCHC owns and operates 16 facilities, including 6 comprehensive primary care centers, 20 school-based centers, and other medical facilities. The ethnic make-up of the service area varies significantly and to meet this challenge, JTCHC has taken a proactive role by adopting the Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Services (CLAS) standards model
This 2011 drought is also one of two to have ever reached extreme status in all ten climate divisions of the state. Meteorologists and climatologists began to be concerned about a drought in the summer of 2010. While some parts of the state, such as East Texas, were dry during summer 2010, most of the state didn’t have problems until the beginning of 2011. The hottest statewide average temperatures for June, July and August were all in 2011. The combined June through August temperature was one of the hottest ever for any state, breaking a record
Here at the University of Florida, the field of wind engineering is a subject to which a lot of research and manpower is dedicated, particularly concerning hurricanes and the large wind loads associated with them. These powerful storms are generally associated with the eastern and gulf coasts of North America, but they can and do form elsewhere. Hawaii, surrounded by the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean, is not typically associated with hurricane activity, but in September of 1992 the island state was struck by Hurricane Iniki. Within a lifespan of a little more than a week, Iniki was able to completely change the relationship Hawaii had with Hurricanes by battering the islands with strong winds and exposing the complacency fostered by years of mild hurricane seasons. In the years to come, this storm was to serve as the basis for Hawaii’s push to better prepare for potential storms and avoid another disaster of this magnitude.
Alaska, the final Frontier Overview:- Occupying the position as the 49th state in the United States, Alaska which is also known as the final frontier shares its borders with the country of Canada with the southern region sharing its borders with the British Colombia regions of Canada. The Northern sides of the states are in proximity to the Beaufort seas which form the southern tip of the Arctic sea, while the western and southern regions of the state give away into the Pacific Ocean. The state is the fourth least populous with most of the population of over 750,000 residents of the state residing in the city of Anchorage which is the largest metropolitan region in the state. The climate is very cold owing to its close proximity to the Arctic with the economy being
II) Racial Makeup of Miami: Demographics and Distribution: A) Demographics The city of Miami is defined by the ascendancy of Hispanics. At 63.5% they illustrate the majority of the population, with Blacks at 18.5% and Whites at 15.4% following behind. (Figure A) The Hispanic population can most directly be attributed to the immigration of Cuban exiles during the mid and late twentieth century. The state of Florida houses 77% of the Cuban population within the United States, the city of Miami containing the largest number. (www.census.gov) B) Distribution: The racial distribution of Miami is characterized by segregation and racial isolation, both by choice and by force.
Hurricane Joaquin manifested in the Atlantic Ocean on September 27 and made its way to the Eastern United States, constantly growing in size and intensity. The hurricane eventually reached the strength of a category four hurricane with wind speeds up to a 155 mph, only two mph shy from becoming a category five hurricane (Hurricane Joaquin Recap, 2015). Though many meteorologists suspected that the hurricane would make landfall in the mainland United States, it made a drastic turn to Bermuda, but, in turn, sent a low pressure system through all of South Carolina sending down torrential rainfall starting on October 1, 2015 (Hurricane Joaquin Recap, 2015). The rain continued through October 6, 2015, breaking precipitation records throughout South Carolina causing massive flooding in Charleston, Columbia, Myrtle Beach, and other surrounding cities. Charleston received 16.33” amount of rain in a period of five days, from October 1 to October 5, while Myrtle Beach received 15.5”, shattering both previous records for rainfall (Wiltgen, 2015).
Studies have shown that in the United States it is expected that there will be a 90% growth of non-white racial and ethnic groups between 2010 and 2050. With this being said, the majority to represent in the healthcare field will remain caucasian. Diversity within healthcare is definitely not growing as fast as the diverse world is growing. Out of the 25 percent of black and Hispanic in the work only 9 percent are found in the healthcare world. Black, Hispanic, and Native Americans only make up 12 percent of the U.S. medical school graduates.
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.
Two people by the name of Hall and partner Kelly Hereid, who works for ACE Tempest Re, a protection firm in Connecticut, they gather information about hurricane based on a record of Atlantic tropical cyclones from 1950 to 2012 and also gather information of the sea surface temperature data around that area. They ran 1,000 computer simulations from 1950-2012. The simulation created 63,000 separate Atlantic hurricane seasons. They found that a nine-year period without a major landfall is likely to occur once every 177 years on average. According to NASA the U.S has gone nine years without a