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Climate/Geography

The Summer of New England


  • The average temperature of New England: 80-85 degrees Fahrenheit (26-29 degrees Celsius)
  • At nighttime the air is sometimes cooler in the northern mountainous and coastal regions — be sure to bring a sweatshirt.


The Fall of New England


  • Average temperature: 45-50 degrees Fahrenheit (7-10 degrees Celsius)
  • Fall air is crisp and cool. This is great traveling weather.


The Winter Of New England


  • Average temperature: 25 degrees Fahrenheit (-3 Celsius)
  • Snowfall: Southern New England snowfall averages around 35 inches per year while the upper mountainous regions often receive over 100 inches annually – to the delight of skiers and snowboarders.


The Spring of New England


  • Temperatures: 40-60 degrees Fahrenheit (4 – 15.5 degrees Celsius)
  • Tip: bring a raincoat, just in case.


The Geography of New England


New England’s geography offers immense diversity. The region is bounded to the north by Canada, to the east by the Atlantic Ocean, to the south by Long Island Sound, and to the west by the state of New York. There are rivers and lakes, towering forests, mountain ranges with hiking and skiing trails, pastoral farmland and countryside, and dramatic rocky coastline and soft, sandy beaches.



New England Region

As you might expect from the region that was paramount to the American Revolution, the people of New England are extremely politically active. The Democratic Party is the dominant political party in the region, and New Englanders tend to be very liberal in their views. For example, in May 2004, Massachusetts became the first US state to legally recognize and perform same-sex marriages. Four of the six US states that have now legalized same-sex marriages are New England states


Here are Some Landscapes of New England

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