Average weather in August in New York (New York State), United States of America
The average minimum temperature (usually the minimum temperature is noted during the night) in New York in August is 20.3°C (68.54°F).
The amount of rain in August is high with an average of 113mm (4.4in).
It rains on average a total of 10 days.
The average maximum daytime temperature lies around 28.4°C (83.12°F).
If you enjoy looking at a blue sky and love the sun than this is a great time to go to New York with 270 hours of sun.
So what to wear in August? Visitors traveling to New York should plan on bringing a totally waterproof rain jacket since it will often be raining. Also bring your shorts or a skirt because it can be very warm or even hot. With a water temperature of around 23.0°C (73.4°F), this is a great month to swim so bring your swimwear.
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For other monthly average weather and what to do in August look at the numbers below.
Monthly Averages in August
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What To Do
We rated the following activities from 1 (least suitable) to 10 (best) to do in August.
Weather Forecasts for New York (New York State)
Patchy rain possible
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