What is the climate in New York?
The climate in NY is Very cold in Winter and Dry and Hot in the summer
The climate is the same year-round. The climate for every place on earth is the same year-round. You are confusing climate with weather. See the Related Question below. New York City has a humid sub-tropical climate. The rest of New York State has a humid continental climate. The weather in New York City in the winter is cold, but usually not too cold. Average temperatures in December, January and February range from about 26.9 to…
The climate region in New York State is generally humid continental and features diverse weather. New York is influenced by two continental air masses which includes a warm, moist one coming from the southwest and a cold, dry one coming from the northwest. A cold airflow from the North Atlantic also has an effect on weather in New York.
Yes, dramatically. Most of up-state area experiences a Humid Continental Climate, but New York City falls under the Humid Subtropical Climate. It is the northernmost city in the USA with this climate. Winter in NYC is moderated heavily by the ocean and is some 4-5C milder than parts of up-state area.