Climate at a Glance

City Rankings

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New York, New York

Average Temperature Rankings, May 1895

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Period Value 1981-2010
Mean
Anomaly Rank
(1895-2019)
Warmest/Coolest
Since
Record
May 1895
1-Month
61.6°F
(16.4°C)
62.7°F
(17.1°C)
-1.1°F
(-0.7°C)
61st Coolest Coolest to Date 1917
65th Warmest Warmest to Date 2015
Ties: 1906, 1919, 1989
Apr–May 1895
2-Month
54.9°F
(12.7°C)
58.0°F
(14.4°C)
-3.1°F
(-1.7°C)
30th Coolest Coolest to Date 1907
96th Warmest Warmest to Date 2010
Ties: 1948
Mar–May 1895
3-Month
48.3°F
(9.1°C)
53.0°F
(11.7°C)
-4.7°F
(-2.6°C)
14th Coolest Coolest to Date 1900
111th Warmest Warmest to Date 2010
Ties: 1928
Feb–May 1895
4-Month
42.2°F
(5.7°C)
48.6°F
(9.2°C)
-6.4°F
(-3.5°C)
9th Coolest Coolest to Date 1901
116th Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Jan–May 1895
5-Month
39.4°F
(4.1°C)
45.5°F
(7.5°C)
-6.1°F
(-3.4°C)
5th Coolest Coolest to Date 1904
120th Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Ties: 1907, 1920, 1940

Citing This Page

  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: City Time Series, published November 2019, retrieved on November 19, 2019 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/