New York has subtropical oceanic type of climate. Precipitation is evenly distributed through a year. Despite coastal location difference between ranges of temperatures of summer and winter is significant due to prevailing inland air masses. Impact of the ocean is secondary yet it smoothen shifts of temperature. Another key factor is dense urban development which causes microclimate with higher average temperatures.
The city lies within the zone of moderate continental climate thus season are pronounced here. However movement of air masses from the Michigan Lake makes weather tricky. Winters are rather cold with frequent snow. Average temperature of the season is about 30 °F (-1 °C) but due to high humidity it may seem colder. Moreover there are occasional snowfalls and severe cold with -4 °F (-20 °C).
The city has Mediterranean climate with mild rainy winters and warm dry summers. San-Francisco is located on the peninsula of same and surrounded with water on three sides thus weather is influenced by cold currents. Average summertime temperatures are in range between 59-75 °F (15 and 24 °C) while at winter they are between 50-59 °F (10 and 15 °C).
The city lies within zone of subtropical climate. It similar to Mediterranean climate but through whole year temperature never drops below 50 °F (10 °C) thus it considered as tropical. A year is actually divided into two seasons: wet (November-March) and dry (April-October). Weather conditions in certain region of Los Angeles are depending on distance to the ocean. Difference of temperatures may reach ≈27 °F (15°C).
Tropical monsoon climate of Miami divides a year into two seasons. Span of first of them is between April and October. At this time average highs are between 30 and 86-91 °F (33 °C) and there are occasional showers occurring mostly at early morning or late nights. And even if it rains at day there are no slush and mud. Noon showers are bringing pleasant cool instead. However heat seems to drive off most of tourists.
Climate in Alaska, the biggest and northernmost state, varies from maritime in coastal areas to arctic in northern regions. Weather of northern portion of the state is considered as extreme with regions of eternal frost. Global location, vast territory and coasts with features of relief are forming weather of the state.
The state has continental climate with high humidity. 11 000 lakes of Michigan state (over 40% of territory of the state) are influencing its weather. Southern regions are warmer with annual range of temperatures between 18-82 °F (-8 and 28 °C). Northern part is colder with 3-75 °F (-16 to 24 °C) of annual temperatures. Northern summer is shorter.
Climate of the state varies greatly from pacific coasts on west to Cascade Mountains on east. Coastal regions are having oceanic weather conditions with average annual temperature of 52 °F (11 °C) and greater amount of precipitation. Regions on east side of the mountains are much drier and colder with average annual temperature of 39 °F (4 °C).