Time Zones in the U.S.
The U.S has four different time zones: Eastern, Central, Mountain, and Pacific. There is a one hour difference between the time zones. For instance, if it is 12 noon in New York, NY, then it is 11 a.m. in Chicago, IL, 10 a.m. in Denver, CO and 9 a.m. in Los Angeles. Flint, Michigan is in the Eastern Standard Time zone.
Weather and Clothing in Michigan
Michigan’s weather and climate changes with the four seasons: spring, summer, autumn/fall, and winter. In spring, the temperature is normally quite pleasant with many warm days; however the months of March and April can be quite cool and may snow occasionally. In June, July, and August the temperatures can be really hot, with temperature reaching 100°F (38°C) and it is also normal to have a high degree of humidity.
The fall begins slowly in October when the leaves are changing colors and the weather is cooling down a bit; however, there are still plenty of opportunities for some very pleasant and hot days at this time. The winter months are December through February, and can be quite cold and snowy, so thick and heavy clothes are recommended if outdoor activities are on your agenda.
To convert Fahrenheit to Celsius do the following:
Subtract 32°F from the temperature
Multiply by 5
Divide by 9
So, 100°F would convert to