New York

Seasons in New York

New York State is the fourth largest state in the United States. It is located in the northwest of the country and includes several climatic zones. New York borders the Atlantic Ocean by water, and Canada by land. Its borders overlook the shores of several of the Great Lakes of North America.

Seasons in New York City

New York has subtropical oceanic type of climate. Precipitation is evenly distributed through a year. Despite coastal location difference between ranges of temperatures of summer and winter is significant due to prevailing inland air masses. Impact of the ocean is secondary yet it smoothen shifts of temperature. Another key factor is dense urban development which causes microclimate with higher average temperatures.

Mountains of New York State

New York State has a lot of big and small mountains. The most popular and major mountains are – the Catskill Mountains, Adirondack Mountains and popular Appalachian Mountains. They make a New York’s state views more beautiful and picturesque and also it is a very popular place for going on hiking and do camping. So pack your bags, get ready for adventures and we will help you to choose right destination.

Rivers and Lakes of New York State

New York state has a lot of different big rivers and small lakes. They are really important for every town, as drinking water supplies, supporting recreation, tourism, fishing, agriculture, manufacturing, generation of power and more. Also they make the sceneries more beautiful and picturesque. There are more than 7,500 lakes, that have a fresh water and over 70,000 of different streams and rivers!