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New York City Weather

Averages By Month

The Big Apple lies within the warm temperate climate zone whereas the rest of New York State forms part of the humid continental zone. Well, that might not mean too much… basically, New York City is famous for extremes on the temperature scale. Summers in New York can be super hot and humid with highs of 85°F (29°C). In the city these temperatures can be and feel even hotter with all the additional hot air blown onto the roads by the air conditioners. Winters in New York City can be extremely frosty with a lot of snow causing chaos on the roads. Luckily, NYC (with exemption of hurricane Sandy in 2012) is generally pretty safe in terms of hurricanes and tornadoes. The shoulder seasons are most pleasant in terms of temperatures. Choose fall over spring for slightly less chance of rain but overall there isn’t much difference between the seasons - the wettest months are March and April and then from August onwards it’s less rainy.

Current Weather New York City

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Averages New York City

  J F M A M J J A S O N D

High °F

39° 42° 50° 62° 72° 80° 85° 84° 76° 65° 54° 44°

Low °F

27° 28° 35° 45° 54° 64° 69° 68° 61° 50° 42° 32°

Sun

5h 6h 7h 8h 9h 10h 10h 9h 8h 7h 6h 5h

Rain days

8 6 8 8 9 8 8 7 7 6 7 8

Snow inch

7 9 4 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5

New York City Weather by Month

Best Time to Visit New York City

New York City is certainly worth a visit any time of the year- each season actually has its own charm. You would have the most pleasant temperatures in spring (April until June) and fall (September/October). During those times it’s wonderful enjoying the splendid outdoor activities that New York has to offer.

Probably the least pleasant months to visit are July and August when temperatures rise to the high 80s F (30°C). But even then you have so many air conditioned museums, malls and skyscrapers to visit!

The winter months, even though very cold, have something very special in New York City. New York City with all its Christmas lights, decorations and sparkle offers a very special atmosphere in the time running up to Christmas.

Things to know about New York City

New York City… the Big Apple… the city that never sleeps… if there were to be a capital of the world and a city that everyone should see at least once in their lifetime, then it is New York City!
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Best sights and activities in NYC
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New York City central park top view
New York Rockefeller Center ice skating
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New York public library inside books hall
New York City manhattan grand- central station hall window ceiling
New York ellis island main building
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New York manhattan skyline park skyscrapers
New York City view from Rockefeller center
Best views of New York City

One of the highlights of your New York visit would certainly be the view from high above. The most famous skyscrapers offering the best views are: Is it worth buying the New York Pass?

Probably not! It’s highly recommended to plan ahead and think about which sights you really want to visit. Depending on that, do the numbers. Also be aware that the passes which promise you ‘Fast Track Entry’ actually only help you to avoid the waiting time at the ticket counter. You still have to queue at the second, most of the time much longer line which actually takes you into the sight.

Transport in Manhattan

Manhattan is much bigger than you might think it is. For example, it would take you around 1.5 hours to walk from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge. So you will likely need some other method of transport. Enjoy your stay!!!

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