What is Michigan climate?
four full seasons. each as beautiful as the other. summers are mostly warm with highs from 80's into the 90's, autumn has great foliage colors, the winters usually produce moderate amounts of snow with the lows reaching into the negatives, and spring with the nature and flowers and growth.
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Michigan is a northern state with seasonal cold weather. Thenumerous lake and natural areas make for excellent recreationalopportunities. These activities are seasonal due to …the climate.
Most of Michigan is in Climate Zone 5, with the lowest wintertemperatures usually between -20 and -10 degrees Fahrenheit, exceptfor the most northerly part of the Michigan Upp…er Peninsula whichis in Climate Zone 4 (-30 to -20 degrees Fahrenheit).
Fine, how is the seasons?
North of Ohio! It is the only state surrounded by lakes. East of the Missisipi. In the Great Lakes Region of the United States of America. To the North of Michigan it is …Canada Michigan consists of two peninsulas, which are not connected to each other by land Try this map, Michigan is the red country: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Map_of_USA_MI.svg Its in the nother part of the united states of America. The southern part of Michigan is above Indiana and Ohio. The northern part of Michigan is above Wisconsin. Try this map, Michigan is the red country: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Map_of_USA_MI.svg Its in the nother part of the united states of America. The southern part of Michigan is above Indiana and Ohio. The northern part of Michigan is above Wisconsin.
a land form
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the waters of the great lakes. because of size and location lake michigan plays the biggest part in creating the 'lake affect'
36 degrees to 66 degrees
It was polar due to ulta violet rays. Michigan used to be a glacier then it melted. `
Yes, because Lake Michigan has a big effect on Chicago because it takes water longer to change temperature, than air. So weeks into the winter, the warmer lake can change the …cold and dry air above the nearby land to a nicer temperature . It takes water longer to change temperature than air. So weeks into the winter, the warmer (and naturally more moist) lake can interact with the cold and dry air above the nearby land. When the wind is out of some easterly direction the result is lake effect snow.
yes. winds coming in over the lakes chill because of the cold water, southern winds aren't really affected.
nearness to water, prevailing winds, vegetation, altitude, latitude are all factors affecting michigans climate, but i do beleive nearness to water and winds is the most effec…tive here.