What is the climate in the Midwest Region?
The Region we live in today has the climate of warm summers, cold winters, moderate falls, and very cold winters. The Midwest Region also has a a humid and continetal climate.
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Most of the states in the Midwest have Humid Continental climate.This means they have very cold winters, and very warm summers. l...............||...............| Put this on your|...............| page if you have|............O| ever pushed a|...............| door that said pull.|...............|
Natural resources for the Midwest region of the United Statesinclude crops grown in the rich soil, such as wheat, corn, beets,oats, sorghum, soy beans, sunflowers, barley, hay, fruits, andvegetables. Other agricultural products include cattle, hogs,chicken, turkeys, and dairy products. Mineral reso…urces for the Midwest include coal, oil, natural gas,copper, iron, gold, silver, lead, granite, limestone, and zinc. ( Full Answer )
Some trees that are native to the Midwest region include theNorthern White Cedar, the Black Oak, the Northern Hackberry, andthe Common Chokecherry. Flowering plants native to the area includeWild Columbine and the Cup-plant.
4 seasons warm summers cold winters moderate falls and warm and wet springs. The climate in the Midwest of the United States is very cold in thewinter. In the summer, it tends to be warm and humid.
Caves, plateaus, forests, the Great Plains, the Great Lakes, andthe Mississippi and Missouri Rivers are just some of the manylandforms in the Midwest region.
The Midwest region covers a very large area of the United States.Some of the animals that can be found in this area are coyotes,geese, northern copperhead snakes, and black bears.
They have humid continetail climate because the difference between the warmest and coldest months of the year and creases the island.
The climate in the Midwest of the United States is very cold with alot of snow in winter. In the summer, it is warm and humid.
Many of the resources located in the Midwest region of the UnitedStates are energy related. Coal, oil, and natural gas are found ingreat abundance.
A climate region is a region that is characterized by a certain pattern of weather that occurs over a long period of time, such as tropical, temperate, or polar. the climate is water,trees,grass
The Mid-West consists of the following states: Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa, Minnesota and Ohio
Many popular lakes and rivers -The region consists of twelve states in the north-central United States: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota , Ohio and Wisconsin. Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, Lake Huron and Lake Erie border Midwestern …states. The state of Minnesota is known as 'the land of 10,000 lakes' that name is no exaggeration as the state has 11,842 lakes that are over 10 acres in size. The Ohio river, the Wabash river, the Mississippi river, the Missouri river are a few of the rivers running through the Midwestern region. There were also extensive canal systems built to enhance the water traffic between lakes and rivers in the Midwest. The Wabash and Erie Canal was a shipping canal that linked the Great Lakes to the Ohio River via an artificial waterway. The canal provided traders with access from the Great Lakes all the way to the Gulf of Mexico. Over 460 miles long, it was the longest canal ever built in North America. The canal known as the Wabash & Erie in the 1850s and thereafter, was actually a combination of four canals: the Miami and the Erie from the Maumee River near Toledo, Ohio to Junction, Ohio, the original Wabash and Erie Canal from Junction, Ohio to Terre Haute, Indiana , the Cross Cut Canal from Terre Haute, Indiana to Worthington, Indiana (Point Commerce), and the Central Canal from Worthington to Evansville, Indiana . The Rich Valley section ran through Peru, Indiana and Logansport, Indiana. ( Full Answer )
Famous people from the midwest United States are: Thomas Edison John Deere The Wright Brothers Henry Ford John Wayne Norman Borlaug-LEADER of the GREEN Revolution, and Nobel Prize winner Ernest Hemingway Mark Twain Walt Disney Abraham Lincoln Dwight Eisenhower Harry… Truman Warren Buffett Benny Goodman James Van Allen Charles Shultz Frank Lloyd Wright Miles Davis Paul Harvey Quincy Jones Bob Newhart Ronald Regan Richard Pryor Carl Sandburg James Dean Eli Lilly David Letterman John Cougar Mellencamp Kurt Vonnegut Jr. John Atanasoff Ann Landers Abigail Van Buren Herbert Hoover ( Full Answer )
It Varies, now a days more mixed between going to the twentys and teens to the thirties
the Midwest has a humid continetal .the region has four distinct seasons.the whole region experiences cold artic air and snow in the winter SUMMER,FALL'SPRING,WINTER
The Midwest/Ohio Valley region includes the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Michigan, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin. The Midwest is fairly cold and dry during January. The further north you go in the Midwest, the colder it gets. There is more moisture in the southeastern part of this reg…ion. Moisture comes from the Gulf of Mexico, so you could expect a little more rain and snow. More snow can also be found in areas near the Great Lakes.. Highs / Lows Precip. Snow Rain Cincinnati, Ohio 38 Â° / 21 Â° 3.2" 6.7" 2.4" Kansas City, MO 39 Â° / 21 Â° 1.3" 5.8" 0.6" Madison, WI 26 Â° / 8 Â° 1.1" 9.7" Trace Sioux City, IA 28 Â° / 8 Â° 0.6" 6.3" Trace. It is very warm and humid in July in the Midwest. More rain falls during July because of the thunderstorms caused by hot and humid afternoons. The northern part of the region still averages out to be mostly sunny with less humidity. . Highs / Lows Rain Cincinnati, Ohio 86 Â° / 65 Â° 4.1" Kansas City, MO 90 Â° / 71 Â° 3.7" Madison, WI 83 Â° / 60 Â° 4.0" Sioux City, IA 86 Â° / 64 Â° 3.4". The hottest recorded temperature in the Midwest/Ohio Valley region is 118 degrees Fahrenheit in Keokuk, Iowa on July 20, 1934. . The coldest recorded temperature is -54 degrees Fahrenheit in Danbury, Wisconsin on January 24, 1922. . For more climate data, look at the Weather Research Center site. Climate data is listed for many cities, including temperature and precipitation information. ( Full Answer )
The top ten cities by population in what the U.S. Census Bureau defines as the Midwest Region of the U.S., based on their July 2011 estimates, are... . Chicago, Illinois (2,707,120) . Indianapolis, Indiana (827,609) . Columbus, Ohio (797,434) . Detroit, Michigan (706,585) . Milwaukee, Wiscons…in (597,867) . Kansas City, Missouri (463,202) . Omaha, Nebraska (415,068) . Cleveland, Ohio (393,806) . Minneapolis, Minnesota (387,753) . Wichita, Kansas (384,445) ( Full Answer )
One of the largest industries in the Midwest in the United Statesis farming. Farms have dairy cows, pigs, or beef. There is also agreat many farms in this area that produce corn and wheat and otherfoods.
Eastern and Western wise, its in the middle (Midwestern), North and Southern wise, it's Southern. I am a Native of the state and am a proud Southerner.
Agricultural products grown in the Midwest region of the USincludes soybeans, dairy, sugar beets, and corn. In addition,turkeys, hogs, and cattle are raised in the Midwest.
there is 12 states in the MidWest Region: State- SpringField Cpitital- Illinoise State- Indiniapolis Capitial- Indiana State- Des Moines Capitial- Lowa State- Topeka Capitial- Kansas State- Lansing Capitial- Michigan State- St. Paul Capitial- Minnesota State- Jefferson City Capitial- Missouri State-… Lincoin Capitial- Nebraska State- Bismarck Capitial- North Dakota State- Columbus Capitial- Ohio State- Pierre Capitial- South Dakota State- Madison Capitial- Wisconsin Facts about MidWest Region: The Midwest is a cultural crossroads. Starting in the early 1800s easterners moved there in search of better farmland, and soon Europeans bypassed the East Coast to migrate directly to the interior: Germans to eastern Missouri, Swedes and Norwegians to Wisconsin and Minnesota. The region's fertile soil made it possible for farmers to produce abundant harvests of cereal crops such as wheat, oats, and corn. The region was soon known as the nation's "breadbasket." . Most of the Midwest is flat. The Mississippi River has acted as a regional lifeline, moving settlers to new homes and foodstuffs to market. The river inspired two classic American books, both written by a native Missourian, Samuel Clemens, who took the pseudonym Mark Twain: Life on the Mississippi and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. Midwesterners are praised as being open, friendly, and straightforward. Their politics tend to be cautious, but the caution is sometimes peppered with protest. The Midwest gave birth to one of America's two major political parties, the Republican Party, which was formed in the 1850s to oppose the spread of slavery into new states. At the turn of the century, the region also spawned the Progressive Movement, which largely consisted of farmers and merchants intent on making government less corrupt and more receptive to the will of the people. Perhaps because of their geographic location, many midwesterners have been strong adherents of isolationism, the belief that Americans should not concern themselves with foreign wars and problems. The region's hub is Chicago, Illinois, the nation's third largest city. This major Great Lakes port is a connecting point for rail lines and air traffic to far-flung parts of the nation and the world. At its heart stands the Sears Tower, at 447 meters, one of the world's tallest buildings. The region is often referred to as the heartland of America. It was originally home to numerous Native American groups who had a mixed economy of hunting, fishing, and agriculture. The region included three of North America's predominate biomes, that is, conifer forest, deciduous forest, and prairie. The climate is typical of midcontinental positions. Winters and summers are characterized by extremes in temperature and precipitation. The land east of the Mississippi was acquired from the British as part of the Treaty of Paris in 1783 and was designated the Northwest Territory. The land west of the Mississippi was acquired in the Louisiana Purchase of 1803.The region's geography and identity are rooted in its creation in the Land Ordinance of 1785, which created the orderly survey of land, and the Northwest Ordinance of 1787, which established a pattern of government for the new territory. These two federal acts laid the groundwork for rapid and orderly settlement in the nineteenth century. The region was a productive fur trade area for over two hundred years. The timber industry moved west out of Maine and New England early in the nineteenth century. The rich and diverse forests of the region have made this a continuing and profitable industry. Early timber harvesting focused on pine, particularly white pine. As pine lands were exhausted the timber industry turned to hardwoods and pulpwood production. Settlers originally attempted to farm the cutover lands but found that conditions were not conducive to commodity agriculture. Second-and third-growth forests came to cover the land, and timber production and recreational uses came to predominate in the northern reaches of the Midwest. Yankees, Pennsylvanians, and northern Europeans came throughout the nineteenth century. Agricultural settlement stretched out along the rivers first, then followed the railroad into the interior of the tall grass prairie. Commodity agricultural production, primarily grains and livestock, dominated the region from the start. Farming population rose dramatically until the early twentieth century but made a steady decline as mechanization increased. The rural character of the region is evident in the farms and small towns that dot the landscape. Manufacturing and heavy industry also became prevalent in the region, particularly along major water ways and south of the Great Lakes. Early on waterpower and access to water transportation figured heavily in this development. The dramatic increase in iron mining in Michigan and Minnesota also contributed to development. Industrial development and mining attracted new immigrants in the first half of the twentieth century. African Americans fled the South during this period and were attracted to the Midwest by industrial jobs and greater freedom from "Jim Crow." Eastern Europeans also immigrated to work in the region's industrial and mining operations. Like other places across the United States, the region became home to a multitude of ethnic groups and immigrants from around the world. While the region was originally blanketed by mixed forests and prairies, this is no longer the case. Forests have been cleared, the prairie has been plowed, and rivers have been dredged and straightened for commercial barge traffic. Agriculture, the timber industry, and heavy manufacturing have all left an indelible mark on the land. 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The Midwest is grassy and used as crop land, or for cattle. It has fewer trees then a lot of the east.
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There are twelve states which form the Midwest region. Seven ofthose states are Ohio, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan,and Minnesota.
they have the Midwest Folklife Festival which is very, very important. It showcases traditional arts and music from the upper midwest.
Tourist attractions in the midwest region include The St Louis Arch The city of Chicago The Churchill museum and Iron Curtain memorial at Westminster College at Fulton Missouri. Ronald Reagan and Gorbachev also spoke there.
- Rich soil (enables farmers to grow crops such as corn, wheat and soybeans) . - Mineral resources (iron ore, coal, lead and zinc) . Back in the 1800s, this region was famous for manufacturing. Towns like Cleveland and Detroit made steel and automobiles. Over time, the factories grew out-dated. Ma…ny closed down, and thousands lost their jobs. ( Full Answer )
Some of the major landforms of the Midwest region of the UnitedStates are the Great Plains, the Great Lakes, and the MississippiRiver.
Wisconsin is the major Midwest dairy state. The other major dairystates in the United States are California, New York, Idaho andPennsylvania.
The Midwest is a colorful synonym for the North Central States. Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota & South Dakota compose the Upper Midwest. Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri and Kansas compose the Lower Midwest. Iowa and Nebraska could be put in either subregion. Some maps show an …incorrect depiction of these subregions. ALL portions of states like Indiana and Missouri lie within the Lower Midwest. Even calling the northern ends of Ohio and Illinois the "Upper Midwest" is stretching the truth. Kentucky, Arkansas, Tennessee and Oklahoma are South Central States. And consequently, they are NOT part of the Midwest. These latter states are part of the Mid-South. ( Full Answer )
Wisconsin Dells (in Wisconsin), Deep River water park (in Indiana), Indiana Beach (Indiana), Art Museum (in Indianapolis,Indiana)...
Cold. No, seriously. Northern Minnesota also has some of the most beautiful lakes and woods you will ever encounter. The towns are shrinking up there because the iron ore mining industry has declined almost entirely, but it's still beautiful to visit. As far as the cities go, Minneapolis is home t…o the second best theater and arts in the nation (after New York City). People are Minnesota nice, which basically means very polite and friendly. Although I have heard many newcomers to the region complain that it's hard to make friends here. Lots of fishing and hockey fans. The state is very Lutheran. And contrary to many peoples perception of Midwest America, Minnesota is also a true blue liberal state - with the exception of the thin ring of suburbs around the twin cities. We are the only state that didn't vote for Reagan in either election. ( Full Answer )
the mid-latitude region and it is because there is a mix of airmasses. in most mid-latitude climates, the temperature changes withthe seasons. sometimes the climate zones in this region are calledtemperate climates.
yes it is because the definition of perceptual region is: Region with characteristics peole perceive in mch the same way. EXAMPLE:anaheim perceptual region is the West.
Mount Rushmore in South Dakota, Wrigley Field in Illinois, and the Mall of America in Minnesota.
well these arn't the cities but they are the states: Kansas, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Michagan, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Minnisota, Navada, and Indiana
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Agriculture is a major industry in all twelve Midwestern states. This is why the Midwest is also known as the "breadbasket" of the United States.
It appears that the Beacon Theater is located in New York at 2134 Broadway. It was used as a movie theater in 1934 but was originally built in art deco style as a vaudeville house.
There are several strong banks in the midwest. Bank of America is very strong in the midwest. However there are several small banks and credit unions that might be a better alternative then the monster mega banks
Well I live in the midwest, so I'm an expert. I see a lot of deer in my yard. I currently have one that I keep in the basement for my kids to nap with. I also see a lot of squirrels, raccoons, and wild lemurs. Keep in mind these are WILD animals. If you encounter any of these animals, shoot them. Af…ter you've shot enough of them, take their pelts to the grocery store and trade them for fresh veggies or Visa gift cards. ( Full Answer )
I'm assuming you mean the Midwest of the US. Food crops, such as corn and soybeans, are a major product of the midwest. Here in Wisconsin we have dairy products like cheese and forest products such as paper and lumber. One a lot of people don't know is that Wisconsin is also the largest producer of …cranberries in the US. ( Full Answer )
The western region of the midwest of the US is in the shadow of theRocky Mountains. Bedause the Rocky Mountains are so high, themoisture can not rise high enough to go over them, causing the airthat reaches the eastern side of the Rocky Mountains to be dry.
michigan also Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
The US National Climate Report 2013 predicts more frequent and more intense Midwest heat waves in the next ten or twenty years. Degrading air and water quality will threaten public health. Serious rainstorms and floods will be more common, and existing risks to the waters of the Great Lakes will be …increased. Read more at the link below. ( Full Answer )
mesoamerica Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota,Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin also known as the Corn Belt
The U.S. Census Bureau defines the Midwest as Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska and Kansas.
one landform is theBlack Hills Mountain Range it is in the westernarea of south dakota
Idaho is in the northwest United States. The United States CensusBureau defines four regions - Northeast, Midwest, South and West.Idaho is in the West Region.
Wisconsin is the major Midwest dairy state. The other major dairystates in the United States are California, New York, Idaho andPennsylvania.