What are the climates in Alabama?
Only one, Humid Subtropical. Temperatures usually are around 64 degrees, but farther south, average temperatures are warmer.
In Huntsville, The average temperature for the year is 60.5 degrees.
In Birmingham, the average temperature is 62.1 degrees.
In Montgomery, the average temperature is 65.1 degrees.
In Mobile, the average temperature is 66.6 degrees.
Yes, but warm climates are bad for them, as they can lead to health problems.
its okay pretty nice most of the time though a very nice and clean place
Where is most of the earths tropical climates found? That would be easy; Africa The rain forest &&& Alabama..(: No'one ever saw the writer of the is quote EVER again(:
Florida,Luisiana,Mississippi,Alabama,Georgia,South Carolina,North Carolina ,and Virginia
blueberry and blackberry bushes grown in humid warm climates with lots of sun. here in alabama, blackberry bushes grow wild and abundant
Bombay India and Mobile Alabama have about the same amount of rainfall per year However their climates are different because?
the distribution of rainfall throughout the year in the two cities is different
Highland climates are localized
Marine climates are milder.
The climates are called polar climates.
The types of climates that are found in southeast Asia are cold climates warm climate and windy climates to!!
How about this. I can name 6 kinds of climates. There's dry climate, tropical climate, mild climates, continental climates, polar climates, and mountain climates. Top that boys.
Grasshoppers can be found in both warm and cold climates but tend to come out more in warm climates.
No. They're both very cold, but Polar climates are slightly colder than the climates of the tundra.
Tropical climates are warm and wet, and polar climates are cold and dry.
Rain Forest Climates are usually very wet and humid, desert climates are usually hot and dry, and savannah climates are usually in the dry, 70's.
Raccoons are found in temperate climates, desert climates and hot, tropical climates.
All bats prefer warm climates
This is because in the wet climates the limestone will break apart due to the rain. And in dry climates it does nothing to the limestone. Therefore, this is why limestone can form cliffs in dry climates than wet climates.
Tornadoes can occur in just about any climate except for polar climates and extremely arid climates. They are most common in temperate and subtropical climates.
Climates are classified by their temperature and their precipitation. (:
the climates of japan
vegetation in the tropical climates is?
the same climates that you do on mars
they live in temperate climates
Since tigers can live in cold or warm climates & Alligators can live in Warm climates only. So the answer is ; Warm Climates only.
The seven climates are as listed: 1. Humid Tropicals, 2. Tropical Wet And Dry, 3. Dry Climates, 4. Humid Middle-Latitude Climates With Mild Winters, 5. Humid Middle-Latitude Climates With Severe Weather, 6. Polar Climates, and 7. Highland Climates. Climate may be defined as the long-term behavior of the seven environmental systems.
The climates Polar Icecap and Tundra.
Polar climates get do not typically get precipitation. Do to the cold and the lack of moisture in the air they are usually drier climates.
The climates are similar but the steppe generally receives more precipitation than the desert.
Cold climates help it. It can happen in wet or dry climates, depending on the type of mechanical weathering. Ex: Frost wedging in wet climates, abrasion in dry climates.
Areas with continental climates often get very hot in summer and very cold in the winter. Moderate climates have milder summers and winters and fewer extremes in temperature.
Five different climates are mentoned below :- 1.Tropical Moist Climates: all months have average temperatures above 18° Celsius. 2.Dry Climates: with deficient precipitation during most of the year. 3.Moist Mid-latitude Climates with Mild Winters. 4.Moist Mid-Latitude Climates with Cold Winters. 5.Polar Climates: with extremely cold winters and summers.
Humid tropical climates are climates that have no winters.
the two types of dry climates are deserts and steppe.
warm mild climates
They live in hot,dry climates.
Hot Tropical Climates like the Caribbean
The climates are warm there and there is a lot of rain there .
The milder dry, and tropical climates
Continental Dry, Continental Wet.
The six climates of Canada are BIG BUTTOX
Less rainfall mainly
i think they live in kind of mid - way climates. The ocelot is generally found in warm climates.
lizards live in many climates. they live in tropical climates, desert climates, and even live in colder climates such as washington both eastern & western. but this is a computer so you could have searched that yourself.