part thumb Skyline of the capital city Abu Dhabi (File:Abu Dhabi Skyline from Marina.jpg) The emirate is located in the tropical dry region. The Tropic of Cancer runs through the southern part of the Emirate, giving its climate an arid nature characterised by high temperatures throughout the year, and a very hot summer. The Emirate’s high summer (June to August) temperatures are associated with high relative humidity, especially in coastal areas. Abu Dhabi has warm winters with occasionally low temperatures. The air temperatures show variations between the coastal strip, the desert interior and areas of higher elevation, which together make up the topography of the Emirate. Abu Dhabi receives scant rainfall but totals vary greatly from year to year. Seasonal northerly winds blow across the country, helping to ameliorate the weather, when they are not laden with dust, in addition to the brief moisture laden south-easterly winds. The winds often vary between southerly, southeasterly, westerly, northerly and north westerly. Another characteristic of the Emirate’s weather is the high rate of evaporation of water due to several factors, namely high temperature, wind speed, and low rainfall. The oasis city of Al Ain, about ) (variously translated Jabal, Jabel and Jebal) is a mountain primarily in the United Arab Emirates on the outskirts of Al Ain in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi. Brian McMorrow, Jebel Hafeet. The mountain actually straddles part of the border with Oman. The mountain rises 1249 meters and offers an impressive view over the city. Jebel Hafeet was a well-known landmark throughout the area's history and is a contemporary tourist attraction. An extensive natural cave system winds through Jebel Hafeet.
Grijalva or Grande de Chiapa, the Suchiapa (Suchiapa River) and the Sabinal (Sabinal River). The last is severely polluted. With its relatively low altitude, the area has a hot and relatively humid climate with most rain falling in the summer. However, it is not as hot and humid as Houston or New York City in high summer. Except for a rainy and dry season (summer-fall and winter-spring respectively) there is little variation in the climate during the year. Even the distinction between the rainy and dry season is one of quantity of rain. Air conditioning is rare as most homes and offices use fans and most rooms and offices open into streets or courtyards. Most businesses close in the late afternoon from between 2 until 4:30 or 5:00 when it can get hot. Although it is not on the coast, it is close enough that hurricanes and tropical storms can affect it at time. In 2003, Tropical Storm Larry (Tropical Storm Larry (2003)) caused flooding in the city, forcing the evacuation of 7,000 people. Category:Capitals of states of Mexico Category:Populated places established in the 1480s Category:1486 establishments Category:1486 in Mexico * (Category:Populated places in Chiapas) Category:Municipalities of Chiapas
Ranges north of the rail line. High summer temperatures and the pronounced water deficits during the growing season are the norm. '''Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada, located in the Lillooet Country region to the northeast of Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) and immediately northwest of Birkenhead Peak and Gates Lake (aka Birken Lake) at the community of Birken (Birken, British Columbia). '''Nairn Falls Provincial Park''' is a provincial park in British Columbia, Canada located on the Green River (Green River (British Columbia)) adjacent to British Columbia Highway 99 and the Canadian National Railway line just south of Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) and less than twenty minutes north of the resort town of Whistler (Whistler, British Columbia). The 170 hectare park was established in 1966, shortly after the highway's opening, to protect and enhance visitor access to Nairn Falls, a double waterfall connected by a small canyon which throttles the flow of the Green River (Green River (British Columbia)) just before its accession to the lowlands of the Pemberton Valley and its confluence with the Lillooet River just above that river's estuary into Lillooet Lake. Emergency medical communication centres The BCAS operates four Communication centres located throughout the province. The Vancouver Island Communications Centre (VICC), located in Victoria British Columbia is responsible for all ground ambulance deployment for Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands; the Lower Mainland Region Ambulance Communication Centre (LMRACC) deploys all ground ambulances in the Lower Mainland (i.e., Metro Vancouver & the Fraser Valley Regional District), the Sunshine Coast (Sunshine Coast, British Columbia), as far east as Boston Bar (Boston Bar, British Columbia) and as far north as Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia); and the Interior and Northern BC Communications Centre (INBCCC) deploys resources to the remainder of the province, including the southern interior (Okanagan, Cariboo & Kootenays) and northern BC (Skeena, Northern Interior & Peace Regions, representing west-central, east-central and northern areas of the province, respectively). The fourth Communication centre, the Provincial Air Ambulance Coordination Centre (PAACC), is located in Victoria (Victoria, British Columbia) and has responsibility for coordinating and deploying of all air ambulance resources, whether they are used for scene responses, or for inter-facility transfers. The creek originates in the Cadwallader Ranges, below Prospector Peaks, and flows southeast into Anderson Lake (Anderson Lake (British Columbia)) near D'Arcy (D'Arcy, British Columbia), which is about midway between Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia) and Lillooet (Lillooet, British Columbia) along the rail line (British Columbia Railway). Political career In 1962, Davis was elected to the Canadian House of Commons representing the riding of Coast—Capilano, a riding which stretched from Deep Cove in North Vancouver to Powell River (Powell River, British Columbia) and Pemberton (Pemberton, British Columbia). A member of the then-minority Liberal Party of Canada, he was re-elected in the following year in the train of the national Liberal victory and was appointed as the Parliamentary Secretary to Prime Minister Lester B. Pearson. Davis was re-elected in the Canadian federal elections of 1965 and 1968 (now in the riding of Capilano (Capilano (electoral district)) (electoral district) and 1972. A cabinet minister in the government of Pierre Elliot Trudeau, he was Minister without Portfolio, Minister of Fisheries, Minister of Fisheries and Forestry, and the first Minister of the Environment in the English-speaking world. He was defeated in the Canadian federal election of 1974.
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, such as Haitai confectionaries (Haitai), Cheil Industries, and many other trade and logistics companies are located in Uiwang. The climate of Cheonan is similar to that of neighboring Seoul, Suwon, or Daejeon, and is considered temperate Eastern margin with periods of monsoon. Cheonan experiences a 4 season weather cycle, with moderately high summer temperatures and moderately low temperatures and snowfall in winter. * Commons:Category:Suwon, Gyeonggi-do
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, apparently being most numerous in eastern Sichuan. It prefers mosaics of grassland, shrubland and forest, and is often seen above the treeline. It is found at elevations of Commons:Category:Sichuan WikiPedia:Sichuan Dmoz:Regional Asia China Sichuan
with periods of monsoon. Cheonan experiences a 4 season weather cycle, with moderately high summer temperatures and moderately low temperatures and snowfall in winter. Many of the foreign teachers that work in Jochiwon live in the Chim-san-ri neighborhood where you will find numerous restaurants, mini-markets, bars, karaoke room businesses, batting cages and other games, Internet cafes, apartments, bakery, market and a park. The estimated native English foreigner contingency are 50. Jochiwon is centrally located on Janghang KoRail Korail line. It's a 90 minute ride on the Mugunghwa Mugunghwa-ho to Seoul Seoul and trains run approximately every 30 minutes. Also just outside of Jochiwon city limits is the ''very'' small of city of Osong that has a new KTX station Osong Station which is a TGV TGV bullet train that frequently travels 300 km h. Jochiwon is conveniently located between three major Korean cities: Daejeon Daejeon, Cheonan Cheonan and Cheongju Cheongju. Each offers access to creature comforts (Western chain restaurants and shopping) that can't be found in Jochiwon. Sister cities * Commons:Category:Seoul Wikipedia:Seoul
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of whose members were up in the Simla Hill States because it was high summer and monsoon. He returned to Paris over the Indian Ocean, up the Red Sea, and across the Mediterranean. See'' The New Jerusalem'', pp. 446–53 Flying career John Frederick Willis was born in London and educated at Dulwich College and the RAF College Cranwell. Telegraph.co.uk