Weather in New York
New York City is a year-round destination and it experiences the four seasons (spring, summer, autumn, winter) and the climate can vary in different areas, but it falls in the continental climate zone. Summers tend to be somewhat mild and the southeastern lowlands usually experience the warmest temperatures, as well as the biggest breaks between frosts.
Across the state, winters are cold with snowfall, and in the central and northern areas the lakes usually freeze over. More snow falls on the eastern side of Lake Ontario than anywhere east of the Rocky Mountains, and the Great Lakes Plain snows belt receives the most snow in the whole country. The higher elevations of the Catskills and Adirondacks Mountain areas also experience significant snowfall and cooler summers. New York winters, in general, tend to be unpredictable, sometimes wild, sometimes severe and stormy and summers can to get hot and muggy often lasting until September.
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