We have very cold winters, lots of moisture in the air, coming from the Great Lakes and the Gulf of Mexico. There is lots of snow, and in the summer the average temperature is in the mid 80°F. There is lots of humidity. Summer thunderstorms are very common. The air is unstable. We're the Tornado Alley. Extreme high temperatures are in the 100°F, and extreme low temperatures is in the negatives.
The yearly temperature is around 60°F
The Midwest effects wildlife and crops because they all need warm weather to survive, and the Midwest has very cold temperatures,except in summer.
If it snowed in the summer, that would be a very unusual event. The summer is in the mid 80s, the winter is in the low teens, the fall and spring are in the 50s-70s .The overall temperature is 46°F.
The Midwest is one of the largest regions!