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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According to the US census of 2010, the population of Michigan was 9,883,640. An estimate in late 2011 was 9,876,187 (continuing the decline since 2000). 9.91 million (2014)
The weather conditions prevailing in an area in general or over along period of time. Put simply the climate of some place on Earth is the daily weatherthat place experiences over the year. Places nearer the equator aregenerally hotter than places nearer the poles of the planet andplaces nearer the …poles experience seasonal changes in theirweather but after that the climate of a place is dictated by theplanetary wind systems and the amount of moisture (precipitation)this brings. ( Full Answer )
Climates are weather. Weather is like rainy, sunny, cloudy, and other things like that. There are many different climates all over the World. Everyone must have a climate by them.
Answer Climate is the average and variations of weather over long periods of time. Climate zones can be defined using parameters such as temperature and rainfall. Paleoclimatology focuses on ancient climate information derived from sediment found in lake beds, ice cores, as well as various fa…una and flora including tree rings and coral. Climate models can be used to determine the amount of climate change anticipated in the future. Answer 2 : (short and easy to remember, at least better that the answer that shows above.) It is the average of weather conditions measured over a period of time, usually 30 years. ( Full Answer )
The Detroit Zoo is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Woodward Avenue and 10 Mile Road (I-696) in Royal Oak. There is also the Binder Park Zoo in Battle Creek, the Potter Park Zoo in Lansing, and the John Ball Zoo in Grand Rapids.. Additional Info: Also listed is the Garlyn Z…oo in Naubinway MI, Oakland Zoo in Oakland County, and Belle Isle Zoo and Aquarium in Royal Oak. See the website for more info, regarding other attrations of a similar nature. ( Full Answer )
There is climate simply because there is weather & weather is something we need to survive! Hope this helped! :)
The northern half of the lower peninsula and much of the upper peninsula are made up of rolling hills and woodlands. Much of the central portion of the lower peninsula is flat farm land.
Michigan is the home of the automobile manufacturing (Chrysler,Ford, and General Motors). It is the only state divided into twoparts separated by the Great Lakes. Michigan is also known forfruit production of peaches, cherries, strawberries andblueberries.
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.
Yes. Michigan has about 15 tornadoes each year on average. Three ofthese tornadoes have been rated F5, including the Flint, Michigantornado of 1953 which was one of the deadliest in U.S. history.
Michigan has a land area of 96,716 square miles or2,696,300,000,000 square feet. It is ranked eleventh among all 50states in total land area.
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 Upper Peninsula whichis in Climate Zone 4 (-30 to -20 degrees Fahrenheit).
Detroit is a city (capital) of Michigan. It is where most of the car companies are located. That's why Michigan is know as the mobile state, and Detroit is know as Motor City.
There are one hundred and ten elected official representatives fromMichigan. This is determined by the population of the state.
you gotta be joking right?? halucinogenic mushrooms grow on cow poop..... often tresspassers on private farms go out at night to harvest the shrooms.... so if Michigan is anything like the rest of the states, and you have abundant farm land, then yes you do have shrooms in Michigan.
According to the pros at the University of Nebraska who conducted a fairly detailed study on these animals back in the 90's, no, Michigan does not have gophers. That does not mean that things could have changed and they might have moved in. An easy way to determine if gophers have taken up resi…dence is to inspect one of their mounds. Gophers tend to eject dirt from the burrow in a distinctive fan shaped pattern. Mole mounds are always shaped similarly to a volcano. ( Full Answer )
It is very diverse in Michigan... German Irish Italian Polish Russian Austrian French Armenian Albanian Croatian Macedonian Serbian Bosnian African Egyptian Chaldean Syrian Lebanese Spanish Puerto Rican Mexican Indian And many others I'm sure..
The Origin of Michigan means like, what was Michigan part of (land treaties and territories)? The Michigan territory is part of the northwest territory.
Extreme weather includes weather phenomena that are at the extremes of the historical distribution, especially severe or unseasonal weather .  The most commonly used definition of extreme weather is based on an event's climatological distribution. Extreme weather occurs only 5% or less o…f the time. According to climate scientists and meteorological researchers, extreme weather events are rare.  ( Full Answer )
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. ( Full Answer )
Yes, but not only Michigan. It is also bordered by the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana. . Yes, but not only Michigan. It is also bordered by the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana. . Yes, but not only Michigan. It is also bordered by the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indi…ana. . Yes, but not only Michigan. It is also bordered by the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana. . Yes, but not only Michigan. It is also bordered by the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana. . Yes, but not only Michigan. It is also bordered by the states of Wisconsin, Illinois, and Indiana. ( Full Answer )
the waters of the great lakes. because of size and location lake michigan plays the biggest part in creating the 'lake affect'
Michigan State has won the Paul Bunyan trophy 4 years in a row. Michigan's basketball program is nowhere near MSU's level.
Three facts would be...\n. \n1. It touches four major lakes; Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Erie.\n. \n2. 11th Biggest state in the United States\n. \n3. It's major industries are car manufacturing, farming (corn, soybeans, wheat), timber, and fishing Home to the Motor City (Detro…it) and The Motor City Madman (Ted Nugent), also the target of George Plimpton's autobiographical treatise on the training habits of The Detroit Lions called "The Paper Lion", Michigan has innumerable lakes AND shares an international border with CANADA. . shabaloba ding are found there . fghhupsx . ckjcuyixuhdy . xgjhyuhjiuyh . jxdhuyuhi[osd . yhiuhyud . dyhydtuydr . tuhuy . thr4 8yu8usy-] . i just shited . Michigan has the largest fresh water shoreline of any state . Michigan has the slowest growth rate in of any state . Michigan is the heart of the American automobile industry, specifically Detroit. ( Full Answer )
"Michigan" was named by the French, after the Ojibwe word "mishigama", which means "large water" or "large lake"
Not entirely, while the state borders the lake, so does Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin. Bodies of water are a part of the US as a whole and are usually divided down the middle. The US Coast Guard is responsible for safety and navigation of Lake Michigan.
That depends on who you ask ... and what you are measuring. In size, the University of Michigan is greater. In Football, the University of Michigan is better. In basketball, Michigan State is superior. In academics ... it depends on what discipline you want to compare. This is probably an unanswerab…le question to most Michiganders. Michigan State ( Full Answer )
Yes, Michigan state government runs Michigan state lottery. the website address is www.michigan.gov/lottery Answered by: www.lottoace.blogspot.com
Yes there are bogs in Michigan. Some of them are: Mud Lake Bog,Bishop's Bog, and Saul Lake Bog.
Allways cold but it gets a little bit warmer in summer than it does winter
Same reason all other places have tornadoes. They can occur in all 50 states. In Michigan, they are most common in lower MI.
Yes, raccoons are in Michigan. Northern raccoons are much larger than south Florida raccoons, and generally have more kits.
It was polar due to ulta violet rays. Michigan used to be a glacier then it melted. `
Canada's climate is not as cold all year around as some may believe. In winter, temperatures fall below freezing point throughout most of Canada. But the south-western coast has a relatively mild climate. Along the Arctic Circle, mean temperatures are below freezing for seven months a year. During t…he summer months the southern provinces often experience high levels of humidity and temperatures that can surpass 30 degrees Celsius regularly. Western and south-eastern Canada experience high rainfall, but the Prairies are dry with 250 mm to 500 mm of rain every year. your welcome:) ( Full Answer )
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 week…s 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. ( Full Answer )
Michigan is a state. Chicago is a city. Michigan is not in Chicago. Chicago is not in Michigan. There is a street in Chicago called "Michigan Avenue" and the City of Chicago is located along the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan.
No, by the time a hurricane gets from the Gulf of Mexico to Michigan, it has been downgraded to a tropical depression or remnant low. The storm may be called a 'dying hurricane' but officially, Michigan only gets tropical depressions or remnants from the Gulf of Mexico.
Yes, the entire state is made up of two penninsulas: the Upper Penninsula and the Lower Penninsula. Looking at a map it's clear how there is water along three sides of each of these parts.
The state of Michigan is an American state; in fact it was the 26th state to join the Union. It is the 11th largest state by area and the 8th most populous. It is located in the Midwest region and is surrounded by the Great Lakes, specifically Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, and Lake Erie;… the Great Lakes split Michigan into two separate parts of land. Michigan borders Wisconsin, Indiana, and Ohio by land and Illinois, Minnesota, and Canada by water. ( Full Answer )
Michigan was admitted into the Union on January 26, 1837becoming the 26th state to join the Union.
The upper and the lower. The lower peninsula is the part that looks like a glove. The upper peninsula is actually part of Wisconsin.
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 effective here.
There are many things that residents and visitors can do in Southfield Michigan. During the day a round of golf can be played at one of many golf courses. Afterwards, in the evening, one can go see a movie at the busiest movie theater in the United States.
Well, I know one right off the top of my head. There is Field Hockey, there is also a men's basketball team at Spartan University. I hope this partially answers your question!
Well the state of Michigan is of cause a state just like Indiana soit can not be in Indiana. However there is a City called Michiganand that is indeed in the state of Indiana.
Michigan is a state within the United States. Emotionally, it is in a state of happiness.
There is no Postmaster of Michigan. There are individual city Postmasters and a Postmaster General who is over the entire Postal Service. So, if you are looking for say the Postmaster of Detroit or the Postmaster of New York, you would be able to find your answer online I'm sure or use the blue page…s in your telephone book. But again, there are no state Postmasters. ( Full Answer )
While some people have been monitored for ebola, there have notbeen any cases of ebola in Michigan (December 2014).
Yes. On average Michigan is hit by about 15 tornadoes per year.Most of these tornadoes are weak, but strong ones do occur. Threetornadoes in Michigan history were strong enough to be rated F5.