Philadelphia, Humid Climate Zone

Bryan Jackson

Physical Description

There are the Appalachian Mountains to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the East. They calm the climate, and make it so it doesn't get extreme heat or cold. Occasionally Philadelphia will get a lot of humidity do to the Atlantic Ocean. A lot of the time snow in Philadelphia turns to rain.
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Charts of Precipitation and Temperature

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Description of attractions

There many things to do in Philadelphia. Some interesting things are, to visit Independence Hall, go see the Museum of Art, and you can even go check out the Liberty Bell while you're there.

Why you should visit in June?

You should visit in June, because it has very nice weather. It is not too hot, or too cold. The average temperature in June last year was 64, and it is very comfortable. You can be outdoors comfortably, and also go visit some very cool attractions such as the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the Museum of Art!