Queens- New York City’s largest borough
Founded in 1683, Queens has a population of 2,278,906 and lies geographically adjacent to Queens at the western end of Long Island and has Nassau County to the east. It shares water borders with Manhattan, Bronx, and Staten Island, plus boasts a bustling metropolitan vibe.
Nearly 47 percent of the population of Queens is foreign born and the borough is the most linguistically diverse place in the entire world. Plus, it’s also one of the most culturally diverse counties in the United States.
The climate is pretty similar to the main city of New York and January is the coldest month. It has some shielding from the Appalachian Mountains and has visible influences from the Atlantic ocean. Winters are characterized by some snow, plus spring and autumn variate from chilly to moderately warm.
Summers are typically hot, humid, and wet. Precipitation is mostly average with 44 days of moderate to heavy rain. Tornadoes are rare and the climate is largely pleasant in Queens.