Central United States
The Central United States is sometimes conceived as between the Eastern United States and Western United States as part of a three-region model, roughly coincident with the Midwestern United States plus the western and central portions of the Southern United States; the term is also sometimes used more or less as a synonym for the Midwest, leaving out all or most of the South.
The Census Bureau does not provide a standard definition of "Central" region of the United States, and organizations that need to subdivide the US are free to define a "Central" region to fit their needs.
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- Central Time Zone Midwest minus OH, MI, most of Indiana (seasonal), and westernmost fringes of Plains states; plus South minus South Atlantic states, eastern KY, eastern TN, but western FL is included.
- YPO Only 6 central states of the Midwest, plus KY
- CERI Archived 2002-09-13 at the Library of Congress Web Archives All of Midwest and South including MD, DE
- NOAA Midwest minus OH, plus KY, CO, WY
- HSUS Archived 2007-09-30 at the Wayback Machine Midwest minus ND, SD, KS, plus KY
- USGS Archived 2007-08-20 at the Wayback Machine West North Central States, South Central United States, 4 eastern Mountain States
- Adventure Camp Midwest plus South minus Atlantic states, AL, WV