The Humid Subtropical climate is very hot and wet during the summer months, getting lots of rainfall. The amount of precipitation ranges from about 70-100 inches per year closer to the coast, to around 25 inches per year further from the coast. During the winter, the temperature is much more mild, and the coldest month's average usually doesn't hit below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
These weather patterns can be found in the southeastern parts of the United States, which are part of the Humid Subtropics. This includes part of Texas, Arkansas, Tennessee, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Louisiana, Mississippi, Georgia and Florida.
This weather map shows the number of thunderstorm days per year in the United States. The regions in the southeast U.S. (The humid subtropical climate) receives notably more days per year than other regions of the U.S..