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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Climate_of_the_United_States

The region from the southern Plains, to the lower Midwest, eastward to the central East Coast (the New York City/coastal Connecticut region southward to Virginia) has a temperate climate, with cool to cold winters and long hot summers. Daytime highs ...

19january2017snapshot.epa.gov/climate-impacts/climate-impacts-midwest

Sep 30, 2016 ... Temperature increase in the Midwest has accelerated in recent decades, particularly nighttime and winter temperatures. This region will likely experience warmer and wetter winters, springs with heavy precipitation, and hotter summers with longer dry periods. Risks to human health are expected to rise with ...

traveltips.usatoday.com/typical-climate-midwestern-united-states-103926.html

Weather in the Midwest -- generally considered to include Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio, though other nearby states are often considered Midwestern as well -- varies dramatically from state to state and season to season. Without any oceans nearby to moderate the changing ...

nca2014.globalchange.gov/report/regions/midwest

In general, climate change will tend to amplify existing climate-related risks to people, ecosystems, and infrastructure in the Midwest (Ch. 10: Energy, Water, and Land). Direct effects of increased heat stress, flooding, drought, and late spring freezes on natural and managed ecosystems may be multiplied by changes in pests ...

nca2014.globalchange.gov/highlights/regions/midwest

The Midwest's agricultural lands, forests, Great Lakes, industrial activities, and cities are all vulnerable to climate variability and climate change. Climate change will tend to amplify existing risks climate poses to people, ecosystems, and infrastructure. Direct effects will include increased heat stress, flooding, drought, and late ...

mrcc.isws.illinois.edu

Read more in the Midwest Climate Watch; Are we having a severe winter? How much snow did Iowa have last year? Are the Great Lakes iced over? What is the snow depth like over the Midwest? These questions and more can be answerd by the tools contained in the Winter Resources section of the Midwest Climate ...

mrcc.isws.illinois.edu/CLIMATE

Welcome to cli-MATE: the MRCC's Application Tools Environment for accessing climate data and value-added tools. If you are a new user, register for free access to cli-MATE using the "Register Here" button near the top of the page. For users that would like to download and access large amounts of climate data, the MRCC  ...

easyscienceforkids.com/impact-of-climate-in-the-midwest

Midwest includes 12 states of North Central United States. This region is home to more than 60 million people. Midwest is covered by forests, grasslands, the Great Lakes and rivers. Three major river systems of this region are Ohio, Missouri and Mississippi River System. The average air temperature of Midwest has been ...

www.ucsusa.org/sites/default/files/legacy/assets/documents/global_warming/midwest-climate-impacts.pdf

Climate conditions typicalof the Midwest are already changing in noticeable ways . Average temperatures have risen, particularly in winter. There have been a number of major heat waves in recent years, accompanied by a scarcity of cold waves. Ice on lakes and rivers in the region has been forming later in fall, and melting ...