Very specific area, 5 to 10 degrees higher in latitude than the Tropic of Cancer of the Tropic of Capricorn.
refers to the high-temperature zone located between tropical and temperate regions. Rainfall occurs mainly as heavy downpours during the monsoon season.
of or relating to or characteristic of conditions in the subtropics; "even near the equator vegetation at 5000 ft is subtropical rather than tropical"
area between 30° and 40° latitude with temperatures always above 32°F and precipitation most of the year.
Refers to the portion of the temperate zone closest to the equator.
A classification of climate based on the K\"oppen System for regions where there are eight months or more warmer than 50oF (10oC) and the coolest month is warmer than 32oF (0oC) but colder than 65oF (18oC). (Bailey 1980.)
A storm that lacks tropical characteristics such as a warm core. Subtropical take names from the same list as tropical storms since 2002.
An area that never gets very cold in the winter, but which has different seasons.
pertains to areas within tropical regions with variable (seasonal) temperature and moisture regimes; climatically, it has seasonal variation marked by dry/wet seasons rather than cold/hot seasons; parts of this region are subject to sub-0º C (32º F) temperatures but rarely have freezing periods of 24 hours or longer; in the United States this term includes southern Florida and the southern tip of Texas.
Of, relating to, or being the regions bordering on the tropical zone.
The region between the tropical and temperate regions, an area between 35° and 40° North and South latitude. This is generally an area of semi-permanent high pressure that exists and is where the Azores and North Pacific Highs may be found.