Climate of the Rock Hill, South Carolina area

Climate Of The Rock Hill, South Carolina Area

Climate of the Rock Hill, South Carolina area

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The Climate of the Rock Hill, South Carolina area (including York, Chester, and Lancaster counties) is that of a humid subtropical climate, Cfa in the Köppen climate classification, characterized by humid summers and cool, dry winters. There is little difference in the amount of precipitation between summer and winter seasons. Rock Hill, South Carolina, located in York County, is a southern satellite city of Charlotte, North Carolina and as such experiences a climate similar to that of Charlotte. Located south of Charlotte, Rock Hill's temperatures are slightly higher than Charlotte's, even given the increased warmth in Charlotte's city center due to the urban heat island effect. For example, the mean temperatures in Charlotte are 47 °F (7 °C) in February,


As in most humid subtropical climates, the Rock Hill area experiences differences in temperature between the seasons, but not as severely as do continental......
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