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The location of the Town of Greece provides it with weather patterns of great seasonal contrast. Cold snowy winters, cool rainy springs, hot summers and a long rainy autumn are characteristic of the climate of Western New York. These weather patterns are the creation of a unique blend of conditions resulting from the proximity of the Great Lakes to the Town's location. These "lake effects" have a profound impact upon the weather.
Cold lake waters cool the surrounding air early in the year, delaying the onset of summer, but reducing the impact of early storm systems. As hot summer weather warms the lake waters, this trend begins to reverse itself. The cooler air of Autumn now mixes with the warm moist air above the lake. The skies become increasingly cloudy. These patterns continue into winter where the precipitation changes from rain to snow.