Niagara Falls
Travel Guide

Niagara Falls, New York 

Climate 

 
 

Niagara Falls generally experiences warm summers and cold winters. On average, Niagara Falls experiences 158 sunny days a year. The area receives a moderate amount of precipitation that is evenly spread throughout the year. Monthly precipitation averages 3.0 inches (75.7 mm) with December receiving the highest at 3.7 inches (93.8 mm), and March the lowest at 2.5 inches (63.6 mm). Niagara Falls receives around 160 days of precipitation a year and therefore visitors should prepare for rain or snow when here.

  • Spring - Spring promises warmer weather, though snowfall usually ends by mid-April. Average low temperatures from March to May are from 26ºF (-4ºC) to 46ºF (8ºC) and highs from 41ºF (5ºC) to 66ºF (19ºC).
  • Summer - June to August is generally warm with plenty of sunshine. The Great Lakes has a cooling effect with temperature highs during the hottest month (July) seldom passing 82ºF (28ºC). 
Hyde Park, Niagara Falls (New York State)

Hyde Park in Niagara Falls by Buffalutheran

  • Autumn - Average low temperatures from September to November are from 34ºF (1ºC) to 55ºF (13ºC) with highs from 46ºF (8ºC) to 72ºF (22ºC). The period is generally cloudy with the first frost and snow occurring in late October or early November.
  • Winter - The coldest months are from January to February with low temperatures averaging around 18ºF (-8ºC) and highs around 30ºF (-1ºC). Snow in Niagara Falls is usually moderate, while snowstorms are infrequent occurrence.
Niagara Falls in winter, New York State

Winter in Niagara Falls by TanteInge

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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