Weather in New York

19 °C

Rain
heavy intensity rain
Wind
2.6 m/s NNE
Cloudiness
40%
Pressure
1007 hPa
Humidity
94%
Sunrise
05:43
Sunset
20:20
08:00
Rain
18 °C
4.6 m/s
1008 hPa
11:00
Rain
23 °C
3.3 m/s
1009 hPa
14:00
Rain
24 °C
3.1 m/s
1011 hPa
17:00
Rain
22 °C
1.9 m/s
1011 hPa
20:00
Rain
22 °C
1.9 m/s
1012 hPa
23:00
Rain
21 °C
3.1 m/s
1012 hPa
02:00
Rain
20 °C
2.8 m/s
1012 hPa
05:00
Rain
20 °C
3.6 m/s
1012 hPa
08:00
Rain
21 °C
3.2 m/s
1014 hPa
11:00
Clouds
26 °C
3.7 m/s
1014 hPa
14:00
Clouds
29 °C
4.0 m/s
1013 hPa
17:00
Clouds
29 °C
3.5 m/s
1013 hPa
20:00
Clouds
27 °C
3.0 m/s
1015 hPa
23:00
Clear
24 °C
1.6 m/s
1016 hPa

 

  • December, January, February - temperature in New York sometimes goes below 0 °C, but average temperature in winter months is 0 - +3 °C.
  • Spring is the best time to visit New York: March temperatures are +5-7 °C. April and May: it is already warm in New York, but not too hot.
  • June is a very good time for a visit to New York, but it may get very hot in July and August. The average temperature in summer is in +25-28 °C range, but due to humidity it may feel the temperature is higher.
  • Fall, just like spring, is a very good time for a visit. The weather is still warm in September, October and it gets colder by the middle of November.

Please check the forecast before you go and pay special attention to the “feels like’ part, as often it does feel a little different than the actual temperature. New York City summers are known for high humidity, and the winters might be windy.

Average
temperature, °C
Rainfall,
mm
Weather in New York in January 0.3 104.9
Weather in New York in February 1.8 80
Weather in New York in March 5.8 111
Weather in New York in April 11.7 108.7
Weather in New York in May 16.9 119.1
Weather in New York in June 21.9 97.5
Weather in New York in July 24.7 117.3
Weather in New York in August 24.0 107.2
Weather in New York in September 20.0 107.4
Weather in New York in October 13.8 97.8
Weather in New York in November 8.7 110.7
Weather in New York in December 3.1 100.3
Source: NOAA
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