The climate in New York City during February can be summarized as cool and reasonably dry.
February is in the winter in New York City and is typically the 2nd coldest month of the year. Daytime maximum temperatures average around a cold 4°C (40°F), whilst at night -4°C (25°F) is normal.
|Daytime temperature||4.3°C 39.7°F|
|Nightly temperature||-3.9°C 25.1°F|
|Average temperature||0.2°C 32.4°F|
|Daily sunshine||6.4 hrs|
|Avg rainfall||79 mm 3.1 ins|
|Rainy days||10 days|
|Sea temperature||3.7°C 38.7°F|
|Windspeed||20.9kph 13 mph|
On average February is the driest month of the year in New York City with around 79mm 3.1 inches of rain making it a reasonably dry time to visit. This rainfall is typically spread over 10 days, although this may vary considerably.
On the flip side this corresponds to an average of 6.4 hours of sunshine per day.
The data used in these monthly averages covers a period of over 100 years right up until last year. As such they are a valid prediction of what to expect for the weather in February 2020.
|Hottest month:||July||29.4°C 84.9°F|
|Driest month:||February||79mm 3.1ins|
|Coldest month:||January||2.5°C 36.5°F|
|Wettest month:||July||111mm 4.4ins|