Westchester, NY

Just north of NYC, this network includes Westchester County.
Westchester is home to Tuckahoe Marble, which was once labeled the most important white marble deposit in the US - it was used to build New York City Hall.
Westchester County is near the Long Island Sound on the southeast and the Hudson River on the west. Within the county’s borders, the terrain is largely rolling hills, intersected by the Croton, Bronx and Saw Mill rivers. 500 square miles.
Average high and low: 82 degrees in July; 20 degrees in January. Average precipitation per year: 50 inches of rain; 31 inches of snow.

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