The average rainfall for the Gold coast is 1400 millimeters of rainfall each year. This normally occurs during the summer months during December to February. However statistics show that January and February experience the highest amount of rainfall. During the summer months the average temperature that the Gold Coast reaches is normally 20- 28
From the month of January the typical temperature in Santo Domingo is 24oC (75.2oF) and 27oC (80.6oF) in the month of July. From November to December starts the rainy season for the northern coast, for the rest of the country the drizzly season is from May to November. The annual rainfall is about 1,346 mm with extreme of 2,500 mm or more in the south-western valleys. The western Valley remain reasonably dry along the Haitian Border with the less annual perception, due to the rain shadow effect cause, The Dominican Republic is now impaired by tropical storm and hurricanes which originate in the mid-Atlantic and South-eastern Caribbean from June to
CLIMATE Yosemite is famous for it’s “Mediterranean” climate with most precipitation occurring during the winters. Other months are nearly dry, with less than 3% precipitation during the Spring Summer and Fall,. Average temperatures range from 25 °F (−4 °C) to 53 °F (12 °C) at Tuolumne Meadows at 8,600 feet. At elevations below 5,000 feet, temperature is comparatively warm. The mean daily temperature at Yosemite Valley (elevation 3,966 feet or 1,209 metres) varies from 46 - 90 °F (8 to 32 °C).
Miami, in contrast, has only two seasons: a very mild winter and a very long summer. Another major difference in the weather between our two cities is that Chicago’s worst weather occurs in the winter. On average, the high temperature reaches only around 32 degrees, and the low each night goes down to about 20 degrees. The problem in Miami is not the cold but rather the heat. In the summer,
In the northern colonies there were never-ending mountains with peaks that stretched higher than a 50 story building. However, while traveling south, vast plains and massive plantations would be near impossible to miss. The summers in New England were relatively warm but the winters were much longer and colder. The fact that New England was closer to the north, made the weather resemble England and France. This caused the growing season to be shortened, giving it only a 5 month period.
Sealcoating should not be exposed to precipitation for at least 24 hours. In Central Kentucky, the normal conditions match the ideal recommendations rather closely during the month of May. May is the first month in which historical overnight lows average above 50 degrees and daytime highs are just above 70 degrees. The average humidity is below 20 percent, but by July, humidity normally exceeds 60 percent. Historically, the wind speeds during May are perfect for sealcoating.
Part of Finland north of the arctic circle suffers from terribly long, and harsh winters. Temperatures can fall as low as -22°f, but in the short summer, the temperatures from May to July can rise as high as 80°f. When you go down south, the temperatures are less frigid. As the Baltic sea, and the Gulf stream warmed airflow from the Atlantic keeps the temperatures 10° higher than the similar latitudes of Siberia and
Miami, Florida holds the nickname Hurricane City, because of the mass amount of hurricanes that have passed through this oceanic city. According to Climate Center, since 1871, Miami has had 71 hurricanes pass within a 60-mile radius of the heart of the city. Another fact stated by Climate Center is every 5 to 7 years, Miami has a hurricane pass within 50 miles of the city. As stated by Scientific America, hurricanes form both in the Pacific and Atlantic Ocean, however, only in the Atlantic Ocean do hurricanes reach shore. The reason being for this phenomenon is due to the ocean temperature and the wind/water patterns.
Here they have a very heat intensive climate. During what we consider the winter months, their temperatures range from seventy degrees at night up to eighty-five degrees during the day hours. While in their summer months, the temperatures can reach up to one hundred degrees. This is great for getting a tan but can hurt the crop production for food. The temperatures play into the water crisis as well.
The mean annual temperature of Juneau is 42 degrees Fahrenheit. The coldest month is January with an average temperature of 26 degrees Fahrenheit, and the warmest month is July with an average temperature of 57 degrees Fahrenheit. Juneau’s annual precipitation is 58 inches peaking in October with an average of 8 inches. The annual snowfall in Juneau is 93 inches, which mainly