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Arkansas

A state located in the south of the United States. It ranks 29th in terms of total land area and 32nd in terms of population.

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What the difference between Arkansas and indana?

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Arkansas and Indiana are two different states in the United States. Arkansas is located in the southern region, known for its natural beauty, while Indiana is in the midwestern region and is known for its manufacturing and agriculture industries. They have different cultures, geography, and histories.

When was the largest earthquake in Arkansas?

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The New Madrid earthquakes in 1811-12 were the largest recorded in Arkansas since European settlement of North America. Between December 16, 1811 and February 7, 1812, seven earthquakes greater than 6.0 occurred, with one at 7.5 and two at 7.7.

What is the area of Arkansas in square kilometers?

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Arkansas has a total area of approximately 137,732 square kilometers.

Are the birds that fell from the sky in Arkansas on New Year's 2011 linked to the falling birds in Louisiana and Argentina?

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The events were likely unrelated. Mass bird deaths can occur due to various factors such as disease, weather, or environmental stressors. Investigations into each incident revealed different causes specific to each location.

How does Arkansas geography affect the weather in various parts of the state?

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Arkansas's diverse geography, including the Ozark and Ouachita Mountains, the Arkansas River Valley, and the Mississippi Alluvial Plain, influences weather patterns across the state. These geographical features can create variations in temperature, precipitation, and wind patterns. For example, the mountains can cause temperature differences and create localized rain shadows, while the flat plains may experience more severe weather like thunderstorms and tornadoes.

Does the 40 degree N line of latitude pass through Arkansas Missouri?

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Yes, the 40 degree N line of latitude passes through both Arkansas and Missouri. In Arkansas, it cuts through the northern part of the state, while in Missouri, it passes through the southern portion.

What does Arkansas produce the most of?

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Arkansas produces the most rice in the United States. It is also a leading producer of poultry, soybeans, and cotton.

How many lakes does Arkansas have?

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Arkansas has thousands of lakes. Some of the largest and most notable lakes in Arkansas include Lake Ouachita, Greers Ferry Lake, and Beaver Lake.

Arkansas has belonged at different times to what three countries?

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Arkansas has belonged to three different countries: France, Spain, and the United States. France first claimed the territory in the early 18th century, followed by Spain in the late 18th century, and finally the United States as part of the Louisiana Purchase in 1803.

How many miles wide is Arkansas?

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Arkansas is approximately 240 miles wide from its eastern border with Tennessee to its western border with Oklahoma.

Can you keep the diamonds found in the Crater of Diamonds State Park?

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Yes, visitors to the Crater of Diamonds State Park are allowed to keep the diamonds they find. The park operates on a finders-keepers policy, allowing visitors to search for and keep any gems they discover.

How many kilometers is Arkansas?

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Arkansas covers an area of approximately 134,976 square kilometers.

What is the time difference between Georgia and Arkansas?

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Georgia is in the Eastern Time Zone and Arkansas is in the Central Time Zone. Therefore, there is a one-hour time difference between the two states, with Georgia being one hour ahead of Arkansas.

What is the average snowfall in rogers arkansas?

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The average snowfall in Rogers, Arkansas is around 5 inches per year. Snowfall can vary each winter season based on weather patterns.

Does Arkansas share a border with Kentucky?

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No, Arkansas does not share a border with Kentucky. Tennessee separates the two states.

What is the average temperature in Arkansas in July?

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*Fahrenheit

January

  • average maximum temperature 50
  • average minimum temperature 33
  • average precipitation 4.6 inches
  • average snowfall 2.3 inches
  • north/northeasterly winds

January temperatures often fall below the average minimum and occasionally drop to the 0 range. January is usually the heaviest snowfall month. By most standards, January road conditions are good; however, during early morning and late evening hours, ice patches are common. This is particularly true in rural areas due to low traffic volumes. Ice storms and freezing rain occur most frequently during the month of January.

February

  • average maximum temperature 54
  • average minimum temperature 35
  • average precipitation 3.89 inches
  • average snowfall 1.4 inches
  • northwesterly winds

February is similar to January with occasional variations in low temperatures and icy road conditions.

March

  • average maximum temperature 62.7
  • average minimum temperature 43.2
  • average precipitation 4.66 inches
  • average snowfall .5 inches
  • west/southwesterly winds

March gradually signals the beginnings of spring; however, it is common to see one last snowfall. During the latter part of the month, leaves and flower buds begin opening to welcome the warmer temperatures.

April

  • average maximum temperature 72.5
  • average minimum temperature 52.6
  • average precipitation 5.10 inches
  • southwesterly winds

April is considered to be the first true spring month with more consistent warmer temperatures. April also has the highest average rainfall. This early spring period is the time when the cabin fever blues of winter are washed away by spring showers and sunshine.

May

  • average maximum temperature 79.9
  • average minimum temperature 60.4
  • average precipitation 5.02 inches
  • northwesterly winds

May is one of the most popular months in Arkansas for traveling. The weather is moderate, early wildflowers are abundant, and trees are beginning to show plenty of new growth. Rivers, streams, and waterfalls swell with heavy flows from spring rains and provide many photo opportunities.

June

  • average maximum temperature 87.8
  • average minimum temperature 68.5
  • average precipitation 3.71 inches
  • southwesterly winds

June is the month when the heat and humidity of the summer begin to be noticeable. Temperatures still remain fairly moderate and participation in outdoor activities remains high. The early part of the month is usually quite pleasant.

July

  • average maximum temperature 91.0
  • average minimum temperature 71.8
  • average precipitation 3.41 inches
  • southwesterly winds

The old saying "Hot as a Fourth of July firecracker" applies particularly toward the end of the month. Temperatures can reach in the triple-digit range for short periods. Late July through early September generally signals a marked decrease in strenuous outdoor activities. This is a time when water sports are certainly the most popular activities.

August

  • average maximum temperature 90.3
  • average minimum temperature 70.7
  • average precipitation 3.32 inches
  • southerly winds

August is generally known to be the "pinnacle" of summer heat and humidity. Temperatures frequently reach the triple-digit range and humidity levels can become quite high.

September

  • average maximum temperature 84.4
  • average minimum temperature 64.0
  • average precipitation 3.40 inches
  • south/southeasterly winds

September is the slow transition from summer heat to the pleasant temperatures of autumn. During the first half of the month, summer usually tends to drag on; however, pleasant conditions usually prevail by the last week of the month.

October

  • average maximum temperature 74.4
  • average minimum temperature 52.9
  • average precipitation 2.91 inches
  • north/northeasterly winds

October truly signals the beginning of autumn. Fall colors begin to appear in the northern sections of the state by the second week in October and continue slowly southward. Mid to late October generally provides peak fall color in the northern portions of Arkansas. October and November are two of the most popular months for visitors due to the beautiful fall colors and pleasant temperatures.

November

  • average maximum temperature 61.6
  • average minimum temperature 42.1
  • average precipitation 4.15 inches
  • average snowfall .3 inches
  • northwesterly winds

Frost starts to become common during this month. The first of November is generally peak fall color in the central to southern parts of the state. As the month progresses, temperatures can frequently change to harsh cold.

December

  • average maximum temperature 52.4
  • average minimum temperature 35.2
  • average precipitation 4.13 inches
  • average snowfall .8 inches
  • northwesterly winds

December signals the beginning of winter temperatures with heavy frosts becoming quite common. This is the preferred winter month for those who like to experience the colder temperatures.

What is the best grass for a yard in Arkansas?

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Bermuda grass is a popular choice for yards in Arkansas due to its drought tolerance and ability to withstand hot summers. It thrives in full sun and well-draining soil common in the region. St. Augustine grass is also a good option for shaded areas.

How many hours difference between nyc Arkansas?

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The time difference between New York City and Arkansas is typically 1 hour. New York is in the Eastern Time Zone (ET) and Arkansas is in the Central Time Zone (CT).

What are natural features of Arkansas?

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Some natural features of Arkansas include the Ozark Mountains in the northwestern part of the state, the Ouachita Mountains in the western part, the Arkansas River that flows through the state, and Hot Springs National Park known for its thermal hot springs. Arkansas also has many lakes and rivers, such as Lake Ouachita and the Buffalo National River.

What are the grid coordinates for Little Rock Arkansas?

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Little Rock, Arkansas is located at approximately 34.7465° N latitude and 92.2896° W longitude.

If it is Midnight in Arkansas What time is in Utah?

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If it is midnight in Arkansas, it would be 11 PM in Utah. Utah is in the Mountain Time Zone, which is one hour behind the Central Time Zone where Arkansas is located.

What is the time difference between Nevada and Arkansas?

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Utah (MST/MDT) is one hour ahead of Nevada (PST/PDT).

What physical feature forms Arkansas eastern border?

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mostly the ozark mountains and there is many caves in Arkansas because native Americans used them for shelter in snow& rain. there are also lakes like baltz greers ferry norfolk. and rivers current foushe black seven point spring.