The quietest day of the year is August 22, and Watauga's home team plays on a beautiful evening full of good food and lots of emotion. Summer is hot and humid, winter cold and windy, there is no wind, it is a slightly cloudy year - round and windless, so the calm days this year are August 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31 and 31.
The hottest season lasts 3-4 months, the brightest period of the year 4-3 months and the wettest periods of the year last 4-6 months. If a day is wet, the wet season in Watauga lasts 6-2 months, while the dry days last 5-7 months or less.
While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly, and while temperatures can fall at night, sweltering days are typically followed by sweltering nights. The growing season in Watauga lasts 8-6 months (264 days) and rarely starts between February 7 and March 27 and ends between November 4 and December 12. In spring, summer time (summer time) is observed from March 8 and lasts 7-8 months until it ends on November 1 in autumn. There are no more days, there are shorter days until December 21, but the growing seasons in Watauga rarely start between December 1 and January 1, the longest day of the year.
The coldest day of the year is January 5, with an average low of 37C and a high of 56C. The hottest day in Watauga is observed on February 7 with 37.0 ° C, and the coldest day this year was January 5 with average lows of -37.0 ° C and highs of + 56.0 ° C.
The windiest day of the year is April 1st with an average wind speed of -2.5 degrees Celsius and a maximum of + 37.0 degrees Celsius. The wind experienced anywhere is the average speed and direction of all wind speeds and directions per hour. The intermittent wind speeds and directions vary more than the hourly average. A slightly tinted surface within the limit is an hour spent in the wind with wind direction and speed exceeding 30 miles per hour.
The largest is maximum 30 miles per hour with a wind speed of at least 30 miles per hour and is larger than that. The largest is at least 10 miles per hour and maximum 20 miles per hour, but is less than the maximum speed and direction of all wind speeds and directions within the limit.
Watauga is a full-service city that provides public services such as public schools, health care and public transportation. Locations within the Watauga City limits include the Wataga Public Library, which is the only sworn member of the METRO PAC library catalog system based in Fort Worth.
The city has a population density of about 1,000 people per square kilometre. The next lowest population density is Fort Worth (1.2 people / square kilometre) and Dallas (2.1). An area of 2 miles around Watauga is covered by an artificial surface, and the topography within this area shows only slight differences in altitude.
Watauga is about 5.9% smaller than the 50% average in the United States in terms of the number of people who are single for some reason. Figure 12 shows detailed marital characteristics, broken down by the percentage of residents who are never married, divorced or widowed, and the proportion of single people in the region who are "never married," "divorced" and "widowed." Watauga was the second largest city in Texas with a 49% share of single people, which also made the state of Texas the third largest city in America, behind Fort Worth and Dallas, with a population density of 1,000 people per square kilometer. Wataga is also about 4.5% larger than the average for Texas, but only about 1.2% larger in percentage, due to its smaller population size and lower population density, and an increase in population to less than 1% of the population.
The next section of demographic information provides detailed data on the inhabitants of Watauga, including the median age of citizens and immigrants, and the percentage of non-citizens in the region. Further information on the age of non-citizens is provided by comparing the median age of citizens and immigrants. Second, Texas' second-largest city, with a population density of 1,000 people per square mile, has the highest number of people of color and the third largest population of Hispanics.
Among the most important findings of this chart is that Watauga, Texas, has 31.0% of the total population and ranks second in the nation in terms of the number of people of color and the percentage of non-citizens. In the 2010 American Community Survey, the US Census Bureau ranked Texas first with 11.5%, with a population density of 1,000 people per square mile.