Central United States
Census Bureau Divisions with Central in name.
Map of U.S. time zones between April 2, 2006, and March 11, 2007. The
current situation is different only in that Pulaski County, Indiana,
is now in the
Eastern Time Zone
Continental divides in North America.
Central regions defined by organizations Organizations that need to subdivide the US are free to define a "Central" region to fit their needs.
YPO Only 6 central states of the Midwest,[a] plus KY CERI All of Midwest and South[a] including MD, DE NOAA Midwest[a] minus OH, plus KY, CO, WY HSUS Midwest[a] minus ND, SD, KS, plus KY USGS West North Central States, South Central United States, 4 eastern Mountain States Adventure Camp Midwest plus South[a] minus Atlantic states, AL, WV Geography of the Interior United States National League Central Division, members in PA, OH, WI, IL, MO; TX through 2012 American League Central Division, members in OH, MI, IL, MN, MO National Basketball Association Central Division, members in OH, MI, IN, IL, WI, former members from NC, FL, GA, LA, and Ontario (Canada) National Hockey League Central Division, members in CO, MN, TN, TX, IL, MO and Manitoba (Canada), former members in MI, AZ, OH and Ontario (Canada) Former National Football Conference Central Division, members in FL, MI, IL, WI, MN Former American Football Conference Central Division, members in MD, PA, FL, OH, TN, former member from TX
^ a b c d e See Census definition
^ Detailed Tables - American FactFinder ^ Iman Mallakpour & Gabriele Villarini (29 September 2014). "The changing nature of flooding across the central United States". Nature Climate Change. Nature. 5: 250–254. doi:10.1038/nclimate2516. Retrieved 8 November 2015.
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Regions of the United States
U.S. state District of Columbia Insular area Minor Outlying Island Maritime territory
Hawaii–Aleutian Alaska Pacific Mountain Central Eastern
E N Central W N Central
New England Middle Atlantic
S Atlantic E S Central W S Central
Courts of appeals
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th
Pacific Mountain Intermontane Plateaus Rocky Mountain Superior Upland Interior Plains Interior Highlands Appalachian Atlantic Plain
Arctic West Great Lakes Gulf East
Old South Dixie
Slave and free states
Theaters Pacific Western Trans-Mississippi Lower Seaboard Eastern
Pacific Northwest Atlantic Northeast Prairie Pothole Columbia Oregon
Appalachia Border states Red states and blue states Central Eastern Four Corners Great Plains High Plains Intermountain Interior Northern Northwest South Central Southern
Deep New Upland
Coordinates: 38°31′N 92°35′W / 38.51°N 92.59°W / 3