What was the climate and geography of the Pennsylvania colony?

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On March 4, 1681, William Penn founded the Colonial Pennsylvania which is now known as Pennsylvania. Colonial Pennsylvania geography is considered the 33rd largest state in the United States. There are 6 states that surround the state: New York, Maryland, Delaware, Ohio, New Jersey, and West Virginia. Because of its size and other geographic features in the state, Pennsylvania has a diverse climate, ranging from hot humid summers to cold winters.
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