October 27, 2006, Newsletter Issue #38: Central Weather

Tip of the Week

In the central region of the United States, winters are typically cold. Much of the winter precipitation in this region reaches the ground as snow. Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, and Kentucky have particularly heavy winter precipitation. Summers are often warm and heat waves are frequent. To learn more about weather in this region, take a look at weather websites and the US Almanac for more information.

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