There is technically not a 'Rainy Season' for Alaska, as Alaska'sSummer's are only slightly rainier than the rest of the US. May isrelatively dry, with only a 25% chance of rain, but as the Summerprogresses, the likelihood of rain increases, as in Autumn, theaverage chance of rain on any given day...
The rotation causes the days, 24 hour periodsof light and dark based on your location on the Earth. The rotationis important because without rotation of the earth, we would not aseasily be able to tell, or keep track of time. What we consider tobe the passage of time- 1 minute, 1 hour, 1 day, is all...
In the outback, because it's desert, but it's pretty cold at night.Not all parts are 'hot'. Answer Actually, deserts aren't cold at night in summer (and in winterthey can be quite cool in daytime). Australia is generally hot incomparison to other countries because of the huge landmass,...
more likely during the spring or summer
The pasque flower blooms in the spring and the summer.
Its caused by the inclination of the Earth's axis of rotation tothe plane of its orbit round the sun. Thus the longest daylighttime is on the 21 of June and it slowly decreases until it is theshortest on the 21st of Decemberr and then it starts to increaseagain.
Seasons effect different things, such as Spring is when flowers blossum from sunshine; winter is a cold season, summer is a hot season and Autumn is when the trees dispose of their leaves.
Nope, the other way around. More tea, Jeffery ol' bean?
planting more rice fields
Maize is normally a kharif crop, planted for an autumn harvest. In the US, it's called "corn", and is usually planted in mid-spring for an autumn harvest.
The high tide and low tide.
No, currently there is not a second season of nana.
Yes its called Equinox. An equinox occurs twice a year, when the tilt of the Earth's axis is inclined neither away from nor towards the sun , the Sun being vertically above a point on the Equator.
There are 267 days until August.
The ancient Egyptians' belief system is generally studied by their interpretation of three concepts of thinking mythology, religion, and philosophy. Their society centered around their attempt to explain such nonempirical questions such as; 'Is there life after death?' 'How did the universe began'?...
The first day of winter in the Southern Hemisphere -- where you'll find the Antarctic continent -- is June 21.
In the summer the day gets longer as you go further north. At lastthere comes a point where the Sun never sets. On June 21 at theArctic Circle and beyond, the Sun shines 24 hours each day.
downhill skiing .
digging out when you're stuck in snow .
day light savings time ends .
down comforter .
dressing warmly .
dry air (due to the heater being on)
Christmas. Cold, and if you are near a fire cozy.
No. The tides are a result of the gravitational pull of the moon as it rotates around the Earth. This rotation takes place over a period of 24 hours and 50 minutes. The Earth's rotation takes 24 hours and 0 minutes. Therefore, the two are not synchronized and the tide change will be different each...
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Because the shapes of bays, inlets, and the ocean floor can affect the flow of water.
12. The equator gets 12 hours of daylight every day of the year.
When one hemisphere of the Earth (northern, southern) is tilted toward the Sun, the opposite hemisphere is tilted away from the Sun. The tilt of the Earth with respect to its orbital plane is what causes seasons to occur throughout the year. (see related question)
The Philippines only has 2 seasons: Dry and Rainy . Because it has a tropical climate, the weather patterns and prevailing temperatures usually do not go below 65Âº F. The transition from dry to rainy is marked by hot, humid months of March, April, and May. the transition from rainy to dry is...
Traditionally in Ireland it is regarded as the 1st of February. For meteorologists, they would say the 21st of March.
summer, spring, winter, or fall?
Exactly 50% of the moon is illuminated by the sun at every instant of time (except during a lunar eclipse). From our vantage point on earth, the amount of the illuminated half that we can see at any time changes during the month. "First Quarter" means the first quarter of the moon's entire...
Not much of an answer, but Its something to do with the moon and gravity. Hope that helps
February 14 1975 was a Friday.
March 20th is when the Vernal Equinox will occur.
this question doesn't make any sense :)
Tour around nearby cities, check out the historical sites, hike aview hills and be able to see some amazing views. Hope that helpedyou can also look at tourgide.com I think
The Earth's axis is not a physical thing. Any body that is rotating has an axis of rotation.
The Northern and Western Hemispheres.
the northen hemisphere doestnt have a sun so it isn't a planet and what is the northen hemisphere coz i am confused
The autumnal equinox would be the opposite.
well, the earth is always tilted north. so there is no saying where it is tilted during any season. its always tilted the same direction. B: By rk13 Well Earth also take some tilts due to the changes in the position towards the sun during the revolution.
They _DO_ change. We just don't live long enough to notice. Every star has its own "proper motion", in all different directions. The stars all orbit the center of the Milky Way galaxy, for example; for the Earth, this takes about 220 million years. But they are all so far away that we don't notice...
The point in the sky where the sun crosses the celestial equator on its way north is the point called the "Vernal Equinox". The sun reaches that point and passes it on March 21 every year.
Current theory is that Earth is tilted vs the vertical due to impact(s) during its formation. This tilt is pretty much in lockstep with its translation movement around the sun, so the tilt, which causes the seasons to occur, repeats the position of earth every 12 months.
Sunday. You can find a day of week calculator at this site. Just enter in the date and it will calculate it for you: http://www.searchforancestors.com/utility/dayofweek.html
Humid days feel hotter because the air temperature is high, the relative humidity is high, and the air is saturated with water vapor making body moisture unable to evaporate but instead collect on our skin. Hot and dry days have a separation between the temperature of the air and dew point with a...
no because all of the seasons have the same length......i think
For an observer at latitude 35 degrees, the highest the sun can ever be in his sky is roughly 31.5 degrees above the horizon.
The tilt of Earth's axis causes the seasons, no matter what zone you refer to.
There are two major motions affecting the Earth: its rotation around its axis, and its rotation around the Sun (which we call 'revolution'). While the rotation of the Earth on its axis causes the nightly movement of the stars across the sky, the revolution is responsible for the fact that we can see...
I think that would be the winter solstice or the first day of winter.
February 13, 1935 = Wednesday
same as in the northen hemisphere .
The average time from the September equinox to the December solstice is about 89 days and 20Â½ hours.
Depends on what kind of activities your into, if you like outdoors then try fishing, go to the beach, swimming, wakeboarding, hiking or rafting.
Because of the axial tilt of the earth.
Earth is what even not closest to what not the Sun?
Yes. Some tropical countries have only a wet season and a dryseason.
when the angle of sunlight is 90 degree the sun is directly above you and is very much hotter. this was about the weather and now about the season. the angle of the sun afffect the season of the earth
The summer is defined by the 3 months of the year that the angle of the light of the sun is most direct on your area. Winter is when the light is least direct on you. Spring is when light is continually becoming more and more direct, and fall is when light is getting less and less direct.
i am not good with this but i think that it is noon.JT
No !!!!!!!!!!!!Bad winnter for us is not a lot of snow
really hot and humid The temperatures at Central Park range from an average low of 63.6 to an average high of 79.3 in June, 68.8 to 84.1 in July, 67.8 to 82.6 in August and 60.8 to 75.2 in September. The record high was 106 on July 9, 1936. All temperatures are in degrees Fahrenheit.
It depends which hemisphere you are in
I have lived here for 66 years and there isn't a record of it.
The specifications are rather exact, so meaurements can be correlated. The box is painted white, facing to the north so no sunlight is in contact with the thermosensor. 4 ft. off the ground..
The "box" is known technically as a Stevenson Screen, and it is double louvred (to allow...
Because the Earth is tilted further away (back) from the Sun.
sunlight, time of day, temperature during that day.
The largest tides occur when the sun and moon are aligned.
Yes, all spherical planetary bodies have an axis
The seasons are formed by the movement of the earth around the sun.Because the earth's axis is tilted, but not tilted toward the sun,as it moves around different portions receive more direct sunlightduring different times of the year.
In 1963, spring began on... .
20th March in northern hemisphere time zones west of andincluding UTC-9, .
21st March in northern hemisphere time zones east of andincluding UTC-8, .
23rd September in southern hemisphere time zones west of andincluding UTC+5, and .
24th September in southern...
Animals that stay active during the winter days grow a winter coat, which is thicker fur then they have during the warmer seasons.
summer man, is this ******* trivia!!!
It is summer throughout the southern hemisphere on December 27. This includes Australia, New Zealand, various south Pacific Islands and most of the countries of Africa and South America.
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mars and jupiter \n\nNot Jupiter, Venus is closer than Jupiter is. Mars is correct though.
Winter, spring, summer, autumn. The Earth is ALWAYS tilted, otherwise there would be no seasons. (see related question)
Every kind of weather happens on earth, from droughts and heat waves to blizzards and cyclones.
When air of different temperature collides, the result is usually rainfall and sometimes a storm..
A warm front is created when warm air meets cold air, and the warm air starts to rise over the cold air. As warm air rises, it begins to cool, and condensation occurs, resulting in rain clouds..
The moon has a gravitational pull on water, which is what creates tides
The last day of Fall is considered to be on November 7th. However,in many places in the U.S. some areas experience fall weather lateinto November,
Al-Battani (850-922) was a Muslim astronomer who accurately determined the length of the solar year as being 365 days, 5 hours, 46 minutes and 24 seconds. Reference:- *http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mu%E1%B8%A5ammad_ibn_J%C4%81bir_al-%E1%B8%A4arr%C4%81n%C4%AB_al-Batt%C4%81n%C4%AB *http:/...
Some plants need different amounts of sunlight because some can't absorb that much but others probably could
On January 21, 1985, Atlanta airport had a low of minus 8 degrees Fahrenheit, and Peachtree-DeKalb airport in Chamblee had a low of minus 10 degrees Fahrenheit. This day has been the coldest day since the beginning of the 20th century. I did read that there was a temperature recorded in Atlanta of...
25 February 1955 was a Friday.
Seasonal changes happen because of the tilt of the Earth's axis, relative to the plane of the ecliptic.
It starts going the other way until the other solstice, about 6 months later.