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Boston Weather
Weather In Boston
By Richard Bryce
5/1/2011 12:05:39 PM

Boston generally has no dry season since it rains throughout the year. Much of the rainfall occurs during summer and early fall comes from showers and thunderstorms. During the other times of the year it rains on an average, one out of three days due to the low pressure system that passes frequently. The main snowfall in Boston is experienced from November to March. Nor easter a type of storm which comes from the northeast hits particularly New England coast every year in winter and early spring and sometimes during the autumn. These storms causes coastal erosion, flooding and gale force winds. These storms at times lasts for several days and brings heavy downpour and leaves heaps of snow.   More...

 

Boston Weather
Weather, Forecast, Celsius, Weather Radar
By Richard Bryce
5/1/2011 11:53:24 AM

The weather in Boston and the rest of New England is dramatic and ever changing. There is hardly a dull day. There is so much to say about the weather in Boston. A destination which offers a lot in terms of modern and old heritages, tourists from every corner of the world visit Boston because of its beautiful weather. Boston experiences a continental type of climate which is very common in New England. Overall it can be said that the weather is unpredicatable.   More...

 

Chicago Weather
Get Ready For Chicago The Windy City
By Richard Bryce
5/1/2011 11:41:46 AM

As the third largest city in the United States, Chicago, Illinois has come to represent all of the culture, commerce, entertainment and politics that have made this region famous. Known as the Windy City due to the constant crisp breeze that rolls in off of nearby Lake Michigan, Chicago is also renowned for some especially frigid winds that blow down the city streets during the colder months. However, you can always warm back up in a cozy Chicago hotel, and the sights and sounds of Chicago will have you on your feet far too much to let you catch a cold!   More...

 

Chicago Weather
Chicago A Place of Wonderland
By Steve Maglecic
5/1/2011 11:35:46 AM

Chicago is also known as windy city and it is situated on the shore of the Great lakes. This city is popular of being the fastest, growing city of the world which has rich lifestyle and high standards. In this city you are confronted with wonderful examples of the skyscrapers as the first skyscraper was built in Chicago. This city is known as the hub of many historical buildings, theaters and also popular due to its traditional blues and jazz music. People found of visiting new places, find many things to do in Chicago. For the couples, Chicago is the ideal place where they spend pleasant time that they are waiting for.   More...

 

Chicago Weather
Chicago, USA
By Hannah Rollmaker
5/1/2011 11:32:08 AM

As the largest city in Illinois and the third largest city in America, Chicago has captivated the hearts, minds, and souls of people all the world over for centuries. The city's sports teams, like the Chicago Cubs and the Chicago Bulls, are among the most recognized franchises in worldwide sports history. On a less salutary note, the city's crime problems over the years have become the stuff of legend; from Al Capone and his Valentine's Day Massacre to the widespread gang problems of the 70s and 80s that nearly crippled the city, violence has been a huge part of Chicago's history for better or worse. Bootlegging during the Prohibition Era was perfected in the Windy City when there were over a thousand gangs operating within the city limits and Chicago has been notorious for having some of the highest murder rates in the world ever since. Even today Chicago leads the country as the Murder capital of the United States, but that doesn't mean that a visit to the city is a bad idea; on the contrary, Chicago is perfectly safe providing you don't have an interest in some of the more run down areas or any bus stop in particular.   More...

 

Boston Weather
Boston, USA
By Hannah Rollmaker
5/1/2011 11:26:55 AM

Located in the state of Massachusetts, Boston has been one of the oldest and most important American cities in the history of the young nation. Unofficially deemed the capital of New England, Boston and its greater metropolitan region are home to over eight million people. From its world famous Red Sox baseball team to its undisputed importance in American History (Boston was the home of such notable figures as Paul Revere and Samuel Adams), no city in the world is quite like Boston. The trademark Boston accent, a bit nasally with a heavy emphasis on the ah sound, is known internationally for better or worse. The city's reputation for crafting some of the finest baked beans on Earth is also well known and 'Boston Baked Beans' are now a selling point as well as a wildly successful name for a candy made up of sugar coated peanuts.   More...

 

Las Vegas Weather
Las Vegas Weather
By Teresa A Johnson
5/1/2011 11:21:15 AM

The normal high for Las Vegas in Spring starts around 70 degrees, and by the time Spring is ending the average high is 100. Temperatures as high as 116 have been measured near the end of Spring, that's just a degree short of the highest temperature measured in Las Vegas in the past 80 years.   More...

 

Las Vegas Weather
Enjoy the Sunshine in Las Vegas Weather
By Carmen Guererra
5/1/2011 11:16:27 AM

It's a good idea to familiarize yourself with the Las Vegas weather before planning your big Vegas vacation. Sure, you'll be spending lots of time inside those casinos and luxury hotels. But a huge part of Vegas is strolling along the streets and taking in the sights! It's all about a little research so you can pack right and enjoy your vacation to the fullest.   More...

 

New York Weather
Take a Summer Break in New York City
By Adam Singleton
5/1/2011 11:10:13 AM

From The Bronx to Manhattan, New York's City's diverse neighbourhoods and eclectic cultural scene has made it one of the most desirable holiday locations in the world. A vacation in New York City can incorporate a variety of attractions: from the iconic Statue of Liberty to the uptown galleries of SoHo. However, in the summer, holidays in New York in can involve much more as the city's vast green space and open parks really come to life.   More...

 

New York Weather
Global Warming's Imprint on New York City
By William Sutherland
5/1/2011 11:03:34 AM

As global mean temperatures continue to rise moving the Earth into its warmest period in 10 million years, New York City has begun to feel an immediate impact. While rising ocean levels have not inundated and converted the metropolis into a new Atlantis, precipitation levels have increased and winter temperatures have risen, an early indicator of global warming.   More...

 
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