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It is probably the most right-brained city in the country. Things get done, but at a relaxed, leisurely pace, and an element of artistic expression and fun. Old infrastructures and geographic limitations have left the city with narrow streets and underdeveloped transportation routes. The summer climate is generally uncomfortable, and heavy downpours occur with almost no notice.
The crime rate continues to be notoriously high. Metairie is a more family-oriented commercial unincorporated area to the west of downtown, Kenner is a suburb farther west and is the location of the international airport. The New Orleans metro area is virtually surrounded by water.
Lake Pontchartrain, some square miles in area, borders the city on the north and the Mississippi River flows along the southern edge. In other directions, there are bayous, lakes, and marshlands. Elevations vary from a few feet below sea level protected by massive levees to a few feet above. Floods are a persistent hazard.
The climate is humid subtropical with an extra dose of humidity from nearby water and wetlands, but the water moderates temperatures. Summers are persistently warm and humid with almost daily showers and thundershowers. Winter is mild, with steady rains from December through March. Nearby water can produce dense fog.
Late spring and late fall are the driest seasons. Recent job growth is Positive. New Orleans zip jobs have increased by 1. More Economy. Today's Weather Climate Averages. More Voting Stats. Since , it has had a population growth of Learn More The National Average is Home appreciation the last 10 years has been 1. Check out the homes in the area. The average school expenditure in the U.
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