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United States Of America's Information

Flag of United States Of America
Land Area 9,147,593 km2
Water Area 685,924 km2
Total Area 9,833,517 km2
Population 323,995,528
Population Density 32.95 / km2
Government Type Constitutional Federal Republic
GDP (PPP) $18,600.00 Billion
GDP Per Capita $57,300
Currency Dollar (USD)
More Information US Map
Largest Cities
  • New York City (8,175,133)
  • Los Angeles (3,792,621)
  • Chicago (2,695,598)
  • Brooklyn (2,300,664)
  • Borough of Queens (2,272,771)
  • Houston (2,099,451)
  • Philadelphia (1,526,006)
  • Manhattan (1,487,536)
  • Phoenix (1,445,632)
  • The Bronx (1,385,108)

Climate:
Weather varies widely across the continental USA, as well as in Alaska and Hawaii.

In general terms, summers are hot and humid in the plains and southern states, while the southwest is very hot and quite dry. Endless summers are southern California and Florida trademarks, while in the Pacific Northwest and New England states, summers are warm with cool mornings and pleasant evening conditions.

Winters in the southern states are mild, while in the north, northeast, plains states, and in the western mountains, conditions are often quite cold with heavy snow and sub-freezing temperatures.

Severe weather in the form of thunderstorms is a normal spring and summer occurrence; devastating tornadoes are also common in the spring and summer months, especially in the central part of the U.S.

Hurricanes occasionally strike the eastern coastline and Gulf of Mexico states from June through October.

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For additional weather conditions across the USA, select the state of choice on the map at the top of this page.

(in general terms)
Spring: April - June
Summer: July - September
Fall: October - December
Winter: January - March

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