Climate at a Glance

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New York (La Guardia), New York

Average Temperature Rankings, March 1940

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Period Value 1981-2010
Mean
Amomaly Rank
(1939-2019)
Warmest/Coolest
Since
Record
March 1940
1-Month
35.5°F
(1.9°C)
43.0°F
(6.1°C)
-7.5°F
(-4.2°C)
2nd Coolest Coolest to Date 1960
79th Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Feb–Mar 1940
2-Month
34.4°F
(1.3°C)
39.6°F
(4.2°C)
-5.2°F
(-2.9°C)
6th Coolest Coolest to Date 2015
75th Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Ties: 1993
Jan–Mar 1940
3-Month
31.5°F
(-0.3°C)
37.6°F
(3.1°C)
-6.1°F
(-3.4°C)
2nd Coolest Coolest to Date 2015
79th Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Dec 1939–Mar 1940
4-Month
33.0°F
(0.6°C)
37.9°F
(3.3°C)
-4.9°F
(-2.7°C)
1st Coolest Coolest to Date 1940
80th Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Nov 1939–Mar 1940
5-Month
35.3°F
(1.8°C)
40.1°F
(4.5°C)
-4.8°F
(-2.7°C)
1st Coolest Coolest to Date 1940
80th Warmest Warmest to Date 2012
Oct 1939–Mar 1940
6-Month
39.0°F
(3.9°C)
43.2°F
(6.2°C)
-4.2°F
(-2.3°C)
2nd Coolest Coolest to Date 1977
79th Warmest Warmest to Date 2012, 2016

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  • NOAA National Centers for Environmental information, Climate at a Glance: City Time Series, published September 2019, retrieved on September 15, 2019 from https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/