Area Code 662 - Information about Mississippi


Mississippi is a state in the southeast part of the United States. Its capital is Jackson, while it is considered as the southernmost state. It is mostly the home to the largest black population in the nation.

Mississippi

The state has some of the best and cleanest air in the country, especially in the unincorporated areas. The southern part of the state is the cleanest and the most developed, while the northern part is the most polluted. Although many people in Mississippi consider themselves to be very clean, the air quality there is not as good as it is in some European countries. Many people in Mississippi still go outside to sleep for fear of breathing the dirty air.

The state's largest city is Memphis, while the state's third largest city is Greenville. Mississippi is on the Gulf of Mexico, which means that the air there is very hot all year round. The climate changes from extreme hot temperatures to mild temperatures during spring and fall. The humidity level of the air in Mississippi can reach up to 100 percent during summer months. Air pollution also plays a big role in creating unhealthy air.

The state's largest city is Memphis, while the state's third largest city is Greenville. Mississippi is located close to the Gulf of Mexico, which means that the air quality there is very hot all year round. The climate changes from extreme hot temperatures to mild temperatures during spring and fall. The humidity level of the air in Mississippi can reach up to 100 percent during summer months. Air pollution also plays a big role in creating unhealthy air.

The state's largest city is Memphis, while the state's third largest city is Greenville. Mississippi is located close to the Gulf of Mexico, which means that the air quality there is very hot all year round. The climate changes from extreme hot temperatures to mild temperatures during spring and fall. The humidity level of the air in Mississippi can reach up to 100 percent during summer months.

When a person is in Mississippi, they need to take precautionary measures to protect their health. The air pollution in the state can cause various diseases like asthma, high blood pressure, and lung disease. The low percentage of residents who smoke makes the air in Mississippi a very good place to be.

The state's largest city is Memphis, while the state's third largest city is Greenville. Mississippi is located close to the Gulf of Mexico, which means that the air quality there is very hot all year round. The climate changes from extreme hot temperatures to mild temperatures during spring and fall. The humidity level of the air in Mississippi can reach up to 100 percent during summer months.

The state's largest city is Memphis, while the state's third largest city is Greenville. Mississippi is located close to the Gulf of Mexico, which means that the air quality there is very hot all year round. The climate changes from extreme hot temperatures to mild temperatures during spring and fall.