Date: Wednesday 22nd May, 2013
Wind: 20 km/h SSW, gusts to 26 km/h
Rainfall: 0.0mm since 9am
New York Weather
New York weather experiences four distinct seasons and is classified as having a continental climate with humid summers and cold winters.
The weather in New York comes from the Southwest as that is predominantly where the wind to the city comes from.
In springtime, New York weather is enjoyable with warm and comfortable temperatures.As New York weather moves into summer temperatures become very hot and are accompanied high humidity.
In summer, the average maximum temperature is 28 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature is 19 degrees.
From summer, New York weather experiences a break in the sometimes overwhelming heat and moves forth into the pleasant month of autumn.
New York weather in autumn is said to be the best season for travellers the humidity lessens, temperatures become mild and New York weather is largely sunny.
As New York weather slips into winter, temperatures sink to a minimum average of 0.3 degrees Celsius with temperatures dropping as far down as -4 degrees in January. The average maximum temperature in during New York's wintertime is 4 degrees.
While New York weather is particularly cold during winter and often experiences snow, its situation on the coast takes off the bitter chill experienced elsewhere inland.
Rainfall in New York mostly occurs in winter where August is the wettest month at 109mm. New York weather is driest in autumn where the median downpour reaches 76mm.