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PostSubject: Seasons: Geography   Sun Jun 02, 2013 11:21 pm



[D E C E M B E R | J A N U A R Y | F E B U A R Y]
N O R T H E R N . L A N D S
Winter time in this area is very cold, temperatures normally reaching around or below freezing point. Trees become heavy and are at risk of falling due to snow piling on branches and tree tops.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : December- 39-25°F; January- 36-21°F; February- 39-23°F .
  • h u m i d i t y : Winter Average- Morning- 70% ; Afternoon- 56%; December- 72%; January- 70%; February- 62%.
  • w i n d : 5 to 45 mph.
  • s u n : Total Sun- 49%; Total Hours- 448; Clear Days- 20.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : ; December- 27.3in; January- 27.6in; February- 29.3in.
  • m i g r a t i o n : Birds, Deer, Elk and Snowshoe Rabbits are most common at this time of year.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s :evere thunderstorms causing heavy winds and hair, snow storms, icy conditions, severe cold.



M I D D L E . G R O U N D
Winter time in this area is mild, temperatures normally reaching around or above freezing point.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : December- 41-30°F; January- 38-29°F; February- 37-31°F.
  • h u m i d i t y : Winter Average- Morning- 54%; Afternoon- 49%; December- 63%; January- 58%; February- 65%.
  • w i n d : 5 to 50 mph.
  • s u n : Total Sun-  53%; Total Hours- 462; Clear Days- 19.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : ; December- 8.6; January- 9.1; February- 9.6.
  • m i g r a t i o n : Birds, Deer, Elk and Snowshoe Rabbits, Squirrels are most common at this time of year.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : Severe thunderstorms causing heavy winds and hair, snow storms, icy conditions, freezing temps.


S O U T H E R N . L A N D S
Winters in The Southern Lands are very mild and temperate. While the average high in January, the coldest month, is 62.9 °F (17.2 °C) and the low 43.2 °F (6.2 °C), The south sees an average of 18 days per year of freezing temperatures. Cold fronts during the winter drop night time lows into the 30s, averaging out at 36°F (2.2°C) but usually above freezing. There usually is a period of about three weeks with what would be considered "winter" weather—temperatures in the low 30s to mid-40s. 'Hard freezes' are uncommon. In December, southward-moving cold fronts can bring cold rain, low wind chills, freezing rain, and rarely frozen precipitation. Early January is the coldest time of the year, with temperatures moderating slightly by February.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : December: 41-30°F; January- 38-29°F; February- 37-31°F.
  • h u m i d i t y : Winter Average- Morning- 76%; Afternoon- 68%; December- 70%; January- 67%; February- 65%.
  • w i n d : 0 to 25 mph
  • s u n : Total Sun- 53%; Total Hours- 1272; Clear Days- 53.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : December- 3.74 in; January- 3.38 in; February-  3.20 in.
  • m i g r a t i o n : Rabbits, Raccoon, Opossum and Deer are common this time of year.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : Severe Thunderstorms.




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PostSubject: Re: Seasons: Geography   Thu Jun 12, 2014 2:54 am



[M A R C H | A P R I L | M A Y]
N O R T H E R N . L A N D S
In the spring the temperature begins to warm significantly causing new plant growth to "spring forth," giving the season its name. Snow, begins to melt, and streams swell with runoff. Flowering plants bloom this time of year and continue their growth well into summer. Unstable weather may more often occur during spring, when warm air begins on occasions to invade from lower latitudes, while cold air is still pushing on occasions from the Polar regions. Flooding is also most common in and near mountainous such as the Phala Mountain areas, during this time of year because of snow melt, accelerated by warm rains.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : March- 45-23°F; April-58-33°F; May-68-43°F.
  • h u m i d i t y : Spring Average- Morning- 73%; Afternoon- 49%; March- 78.3%; April- 77.5%; May- 75.9%.
  • w i n d : 2 to 32 mph.
  • s u n : Total Sun- 59%; Total Hours- 716; Clear Days- 19.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : Western areas, particularly near Avada Lake, can receive over 16 inches (40.64 cm) of snowfall in the early spring, and the entire NW area receives an average of 15 inches (38.1 cm) of rainfall every spring. Floods are more common in March and April than other months of the year.
  • m i g r a t i o n : The deer are becoming active again, moving off towards the Triesiam Clearing for grazing grounds. Rabbits are a popular find this time of year. Bears are a concern, having just come out of hibernation. Large cats such as bobcats and mountain lions have also been sighted.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : Flooding, mud slides, tornadoes, supercell thunderstorms that can also produce dangerously large hail and very high winds.


M I D D L E . G R O U N D
In the spring the temperature begins to warm significantly causing new plant growth to "spring forth," giving the season its name. Snow, begins to melt, and streams swell with runoff. Flowering plants bloom this time of year and continue their growth well into summer. The air is often humid and its common for rain this time of year.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : March- 48-24°F; April- 58-33°F; May- 70-44°F.
  • h u m i d i t y :  Spring Average- Morning- 78%; Afternoon- 52%; March- 82%; April- 84%; May- 80%.
  • w i n d :  0 to 25 mph.
  • s u n : Total Sun- 63%; Total Hours- 856; Clear Days- 85.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : Spring in the Middle Grounds is very wet for most of the Spring season. March-70.83in; April- 8.53in; May- 7.85.
  • m i g r a t i o n : Deer, Elk, Bison and Caribou are on the move this time of year, breeding begins.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s :  Flooding, mud slides, tornadoes, super cell thunderstorms that can also produce dangerously large hail and very high winds.


S O U T H E R N . L A N D S
Spring comes with a gradual warm up from winter, lasting from March through May. Temperatures are generally not hot yet, averaging from 75–82 °F (23.9–27.8 °C) in the day and 56–64 °F (13.3–17.8 °C) at night. Spring thunderstorms are common, often with spectacular lightning shows. This rainfall prompts a 10-month long "growing season" to begin. April sees the return of many types of insects, including butterflies and mosquitoes, to return to a warm climate.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : March- 75-55°F; April-78-59°F; May- 83-63°F.
  • h u m i d i t y : Spring Average- Morning- 78%; Afternoon- 67%; March- 81%; April-87%; May-90%.
  • w i n d : 0 to 25 mph
  • s u n : Total Sun- 83%; Total Hours- 1536; Clear Days- 64.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n: March- 3.41 in; April- 3.31 in; May- 5.09 in.
  • m i g r a t i o n :  Rabbits, Raccoon, Opossum, Deer.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : Flooding, tornadoes, super cell thunderstorms that can also produce dangerously large hail and very high winds.




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PostSubject: Re: Seasons: Geography   Thu Jun 12, 2014 2:54 am



[J U N E | J U L Y | A U G U S T]
N O R T H E R N . L A N D S
The warmest of the four temperate seasons, falling between spring and autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the season progresses after the solstice. Summers are long, bringing hot and humid conditions to the southeast, while in the mountains, days are generally cooler, but still on the humid side.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : June-94-51°F July-97-56°F August-89-59°F
  • h u m i d i t y : Summer Average- Morning-84%; Afternoon-54%. June-66%; July-69%; August-71%.
  • w i n d : 5 to 41 mph
  • s u n : Total Sun- 67% Total Hours- 884 Clear Days- 22
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : Average Summer precipitation is in the northern part of the lands averages around 8.6 in (21.84 cm).
  • m i g r a t i o n : Deer, Elk, Beavers, Black bears, Grisly bears, Opossums, Raccoon's, Red Fox, Grey Fox are all active in this area.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : Tornadoes, super cell thunderstorms that can also produce dangerously large hail and very high winds, and grass fires.


M I D D L E . G R O U N D

The warmest of the four temperate seasons, falling between spring and autumn. At the summer solstice, the days are longest and the nights are shortest, with day-length decreasing as the season progresses after the solstice. Summers are long, bringing hot and humid conditions to the southeast, while in the mountains, days are generally cooler, but still on the humid side.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : June-76-41°F July-87-56°F August-90-57°F
  • h u m i d i t y : Summer Average- Morning-70%; Afternoon- 47%. June-62%; July-58%; August-52%.
  • w i n d : 0 to 40 mph
  • s u n : Total Sun- 73% Total Hours- 913 Clear Days- 38
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : Average Summer precipitation in the Middle Grounds averages around 7.6 in. June- 7.5 in; July-7.6in; August-6.9in.
  • m i g r a t i o n : Deer, elk, bison, Caribou, Beavers, Black Bears, Grisly Bears, Opossums, Raccoon's, Red Fox, Grey Fox are all active in this area.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : tornadoes, super cell thunderstorms that can also produce dangerously large hail and very high winds, and grass fires.


S O U T H E R N . L A N D S

June through August in The Southern Lands is very hot and humid, often with scattered afternoon showers and thunderstorms. The average daily high temperature peaks at 94 °F (34 °C) at the end of July, with an average of 106.5 days per year above 90 °F (32 °C). The average relative humidity ranges from over 90 percent in the morning to around 60 percent in the afternoon.The temperatures in the summer in the South are very similar to average temperatures seen in tropical climates.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : June-82-70°F July-90-75°F August-95-76°F
  • h u m i d i t y : Summer Average- Morning-83%; Afternoon-71%. June-80%; July-84%; August-92%.
  • w i n d : 0 to 40 mph.
  • s u n : Total Sun- 81%; Total Hours- 1632; Clear Days- 68.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n: June- 5.93in; July-3.79 in; August-3.76 in.
  • m i g r a t i o n : Rabbits, Raccoon, Opossum, Deer.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : tornadoes, super cell thunderstorms that can also produce dangerously large hail and very high winds, and grass fires.




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PostSubject: Re: Seasons: Geography   Thu Jun 12, 2014 2:55 am



[S E P T E M B E R | O C T O B E R | N O V E M B E R]
N O R T H E R N . L A N D S
Early days of autumn are still warm and leave will begin to change colors by early October. By mid-late November the temperatures will begin to drop and night are becoming to get colder and longer. Snow can occur often by the end of November.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : September-74-54°F; October-63-43°F; November-51-35°F.
  • h u m i d i t y : Autumn Average- Morning- 81% ; Afternoon- 56%; September- 72%; October- 68%; November-  70%.
  • w i n d : 0 to 27 mph.
  • s u n : Total Sun-  56%; Total Hours- 566; Clear Days-25 .
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : Average Autumn precipitation is in the northern part of the lands averages around 3.7 in (93.98 mm); September-4.1 in; October- 5.8; in November- 5.9 in
  • m i g r a t i o n : Deer, Elk, Beavers, Opossums, Raccoon's, Red Fox, Grey Fox are all active in this area. Black Bears and Grisly Bears are often temper-mental at this time, soon to be going into hibernation.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : Severe thunderstorms causing hail and heavy winds.



M I D D L E . G R O U N D
Early days of autumn are still warm and leave will begin to change colors by early October. By mid-late November the temperatures will begin to drop and night are becoming to get colder and longer. Snow can occur often by mid December.

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : September-72-40°F; October-68-38°F; November-50-32°F.
  • h u m i d i t y : Autumn Average- Morning- 71%; Afternoon- 56%; September- 71%; October- 66%; November- 63%.
  • w i n d : 0 to 33 mph
  • s u n : Total Sun- 57%; Total Hours- 543; Clear Days- 22.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : Average Autumn precipitation in the Middle Grounds is around 7.3 in; September-7.1 in; October- 6.8; in November- 6.9 in.
  • m i g r a t i o n : Deer, Elk, Caribou, Bison, Beavers, Opossums, Raccoon's, Red Fox, Grey Fox are all active in this area. Black Bears and Grisly Bears are often temper-mental at this time, soon to be going into hibernation.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : Severe thunderstorms causing hail and heavy winds, brush fires.


S O U T H E R N . L A N D S
Autumn in The Southern Lands is warm, with temperatures averaging in the upper 60s to lower 80s °F (20-28 °C) during the day and in the 50s to lower 60s °F (10-17 °C) at night. Cool fronts that move through the region during the fall can bring rain. Hurricanes can move into the area from the Across the Sea bringing heavy rains and high winds. However, most years see little or no significant hurricane activity. Flooding is most frequent in October and November

  • t e m p e r a t u r e : September-72-40°F; October-68-38°F; November-50-32°F.
  • h u m i d i t y : Autumn Average- Morning- 78%; Afternoon-  66%; September- 79%; October- 71%; November- 66%.
  • w i n d : 0 to 20 mph.
  • s u n : Total Sun- 74%; Total Hours- 543; Clear Days- 53.
  • p r e c i p i t a t i o n : ; September- 4.12in; October- 5.70in; November- 4.34in.
  • m i g r a t i o n :Rabbits, Raccoon, Opossum, Deer.
  • n a t u r a l . d i s a s t e r s : Severe thunderstorms causing hail and heavy winds, brush fires.


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