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The Weather in McHenry
The above is a climate diagram for McHenry. July is the warmest month of the year in McHenry with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 75°. No heat wave is expected in January, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 19° low. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
Barbecue in emerald environs with McHenry vacation homes
With the Deep Creek Lake State Park nearby, McHenry provides a stunning natural setting in which to relax and be active outdoors. And Pittsburgh is less than two hours away. Beautiful American wooden houses with front porches and large bay windows are typical for the area.
Museums and condiments in Pittsburgh
Known as one of the most enjoyable cities in the United States, Pittsburgh has superb museums and a thriving arts scene. The Andy Warhol Museum gives insight into the life and art of this seminal artist, while the Frick Art and Historical Center delights with its stunning collection of medieval art, as well as the car collection of the famous Manhattan-based curator, Henry Clay Frick.
Pittsburgh is also the home of the world-famous condiment brand Heinz. Their most famous product is ketchup which most everyone has tasted with fries. Now find out about the history behind the products at the Heinz History Center, which also houses the Sports Museum of Western Pennsylvania.
Frolicking by the lake
A secluded vacation rental in McHenry is a perfect family vacation destination. The verdant hills and lakes are perfect for hiking, boating, swimming, and many other sporty outdoor activities that take your fancy.
Discover the diversity of Pittsburgh life
Aside from the museums, Pittsburgh has much more to offer, not least of all its unique topography. The city is set among rolling hills, and wound through by the Monongahela, Ohio and Allegheny rivers. Amidst this green atmosphere, there are many buzzing bars, clubs, and restaurants in which to enjoy some nightlife.
The funiculars, which date back to the 19th c. are another marked feature of the city skyline. City views can be enjoyed from atop Mount Washington or from the top of the city high-rises. For example, the Cathedral of Learning with its 42 stories. This high-rise also houses exhibits on various wolrd cultures, such as Russia, Syria, and Africa.
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