Humid, subtropical climates occur where four factors intersect: latitude between 20 and 40 degrees north or south, onshore movement of humid air masses in summer and cyclonic storms in winter. Humid, subtropical climates... More »

The climate of Mississippi is classified as humid subtropical. Humid subtropical climates are characterized by generally hot and humid summers with alternating mild to crisp winters. More » Geography United States The South

Louisiana has a subtropical climate. The long summers are hot and humid with frequent thundershowers in the afternoons. The average summer temperature is 90 degrees Fahrenheit, but it is the humidity more than the heat t... More »

Lakes, oceans, ponds, streams and other large bodies of water create mild, temperate climates by cooling surrounding air in the summer and retaining warm air during the winter. In general, larger bodies of water produce ... More »

Rhubarb should be grown in an area with a cool climate where the temperature stays below 75 degrees Fahrenheit in the summer and falls below 40 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter. This allows the plant to return from dorma... More »

Animals that live in a humid continental climate or a warm summer climate include brown bears, gray wolves, wild boards, foxes and roe deer. The humid continental climate promotes the growth of deciduous forests, which i... More »

The weather in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is typically mild throughout the year, though summer storms are common, and snow is possible in winter. Temperatures in the hotter months usually range from 80 to 90 degrees Fahrenh... More » Geography