Facts About Clifton
Clifton is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the U.S. and more than 70 languages are spoken by residents here. Clifton has a chequered history of its own.
Here are some interesting facts about Clifton:
- Acquackanonk Township voters approved integration in 1917 as a city and changed the Lenni Lenape name for Clifton, referring to the local cliff.
- Clifton is known for its connections to Babe Ruth who was the center of attention for frenzied fans in 1923 during an exhibition game.
- Clifton is known for being home to Yankee legends Yogi Berra and Phil Rizzuto who set up a bowling alley in the city.
- Clifton is the 11th biggest municipality within New Jersey.
- Clifton has 5 unique zip codes, namely 07011 Main Avenue, 07014 Delawanna, 07012 Allwood, 07013 and 07015.
Weather in Clifton
Clifton is characterized by humid and warm summers which are also on the wetter side. The winters are quite cold in Clifton and it remains cloudy throughout the year as well. Temperatures usually keep varying between 24 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit with minimum and maximum temperatures touching 10 degrees Fahrenheit and 93 degrees Fahrenheit. The best time to visit Clifton for enjoying the warm weather and outdoor activities is the period between the middle of June and late September.