Alabama is located in the southeastern region of the U.S. Under the Koppen climate classification, the state is classified as humid subtropical. Its average annual temperature is 64 deg Fahrenheit.
The clamte of Alabama is is humid subtropical. Anwsered By: Caleb A Logan
yes i think they do
The climate was very hot and humid in the summer in Alabama and Georgia, it was regular in Oklahoma
The climate of Alabama is general mild, warm, and humid. Its latitude and proximity to the Gulf of Mexico are major factors in this.
Santa Maria, Alabama, Mexican, shi tzu.
In the area that is now the Florida Panhandle, Alabama and Georgia.
The state of Alabama is classified as having humid and subtropical weather. The climate is temperate with an average temperature of 64 to 67 degrees.
The Chickasaw Native Americans lived in Mississippi, Alabama, and Tennessee. The climate in this areas is fairly mild, but do experience some cold weather.
It was like a normal Mediterranean climate. Take it like Alabama for instance (because they are on the same line of latitude).
The Choctaw Native Americans were from the modern-day states Mississippi, Florida, Alabama, and Louisiana. This climate zone in this area is warm and humid.
Yes it is in the southeast. It is next to Georgia and above Florida. Lots of open country and the climate is great.
Killing mockingbirds was unlawful. That's all I've got. Good luck.
The Southern part of Arizona has a desert climate.
In auburn Alabama when it is cold its not that cold and a good town to live in!
average high in January is 53 and the low is 34. average high in July is 91 and the low is 71.
Depends where you live in Alabama. Getting them to produce fruit requires that you know something about bananas and a little about the climate. It is said of Mobile, for example, that it is easier to raise a crop of bananas than a crop of apples
Mostly Alabama can have a rainforest because of its humid subtropical climate and its abundant rainfall. You won't find any tropical rainforests there because it's not hot enough but it is moist enough to support humid pine/cypress rainforests
Florida is relatively flat, while Alabama contains flatland, hills and mountains in the northern portion. The climate in the southern tier of Al. is pretty much the same as Florida, while further north it's not as wet. People don't grow old in NY, and come to Alabama to die like they do in Florida.
the climate in this area also known as the south west is humid subtropical.. and if u don't know this Ur dumb
Alabama,Alabama, Alabama and Alabama
Typically, no, Wisconsin does not have the correct climate and conditions for the Magnolia tree. They are more typically found in southern states, such as Florida, Georgia, and Alabama.
Alabama got it name from the alabama river.
University of Alabama Auburn University Samford University Alabama A&M University of North Alabama University of West Alabama University of South Alabama Alabama State University University of Mobile