us Flag

New York Weather in March, USA

New York Averages March


  • What is Average Temperature?
    The average high temperature and the average low temperature for that month, on a daily basis, divided by 2 equals the average temperature for that month


  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    High Temperature

  • What is Average High Low Temperature?
    The sum of high temperatures/low temperatures divided by the number of days in that month, recorded daily

    Low Temperature

  • What is Average Day Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunrise and sunset

    Day Temperature

  • What is Average Night Temperature?
    The average temperature recorded between sunset and sunrise

    Night Temperature

  • What is Average Sea Temperature?
    Average daily sea temperatures and divided by the number of days in the month. Sea Temperatures are taken from buoys, ships and even satellites can calculate sea temperature based on energy that is radiated from the sea's surface

    Sea Temperature

  • What are Average Daily Sunshine Hours?
    Total sunshine hours for the month, divided by the number of days in the month. Sunshine hours are taken with a sunshine recorder, either a Campbell-Stokes recorder or an Eppley Pyreheliometer

    Sunshine Hours

    7 hours
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years

    Rainfall Days

    12 days
  • What is Average Rainfall?
    The amount of mm in rain for that month divided by the number of days, and the number of days that it rains during that month on average, over a given period of years


    90 mm

Slide and Tap Other Months

New York Daily Averages March

March 2024 Daily Averages

1 Avg 41º
2 Avg 39º
3 Avg 34º
4 Avg 36º
5 Avg 34º
6 Avg 32º
7 Avg 36º
8 Avg 43º
9 Avg 46º
10 Avg 46º
11 Avg 45º
12 Avg 43º
13 Avg 37º
14 Avg 36º
15 Avg 39º
16 Avg 39º
17 Avg 39º
18 Avg 37º
19 Avg 37º
20 Avg 39º
21 Avg 37º
22 Avg 41º
23 Avg 43º
24 Avg 39º
25 Avg 43º
26 Avg 41º
27 Avg 41º
28 Avg 43º
29 Avg 46º
30 Avg 46º
31 Avg 46º
Avg Historical Daily Average

March Weather Averages

Sorted by popularity:

What's The Weather Like in New York In March?

Is It Good To Go To New York In March?

Since temperatures are extremely low in New York in March, this month is best reserved for travellers who don't mind the biting cold. Make sure you take plenty of warm clothes, such as coats, gloves, hats, scarves, jeans and jumpers with you to ensure you stay comfortable when going outside.

How Cold Is New York In March?

The weather continues to gradually warm up in New YorkUSA in March. The average temperature for the city begins at 2.5°C, created by highs of 6°C during the daytime and lows of -1°C after dark, 

Warmest and Coldest March On Record

 The hottest temperature which has ever been registered in the city at this time of year is 29°C and the coldest temperature which has ever been recorded in the city during this month is -11°C.

How Much Does It Rain In New York In March?

Across the month, New York receives an average of 99mm of rainfall divided between 12 rainy days

Does It Snow In March In New York?

 There's an average of five snowy days in March. The probability of snow falling starts off at 22% at the start of the month and drops to 11% by the end. This makes the first week the best time to go if you want to catch the snow.

Average Sunshine Hours In March

Over the course of an average March, New York enjoys seven hours of sunshine every day that's one hour more each day than the previous month.

How Windy Is New York In March?

New York tends to be quite a windy city throughout the year and March is no exception. During this month, typical wind speeds range between calm and moderate breezes.

You can check the forecast here.

New York Hotels in March

Marcel at Gramercy

When it comes to centrally-located accommodation in New York, the Marcel at Gramercy is a great pick. Situated far enough away from midtown Manhattan to be quiet, but within easy walking distance of Soho, East Village and Fifth Avenue where you'll find a wealth of shops, bars and restaurants, this hotel is perfect for travellers who want the best of both worlds.

Accommodation is provided in the form of 136 guest rooms with custom-made beds, high-speed WiFi access and private bathroom with designer toiletries. The hotel features gallery-inspired interiors with retro décor, as well as night club with entertainment provided by a resident DJ, restaurant, bar and paid public parking is available nearby.

Amsterdam Court

For an exclusive boutique hotel in New York, try Amsterdam Court.

Situated within the heart of Times Square with easy access to various attractions, such as the Rockerfeller Centre and Central Park, as well as a wealth of nightlife options and shopping malls, this hotel exudes European charm and has been decorated in an Art Nouveau style.

There are 136 guest rooms to choose from, each of which features WiFi access and marble bathroom with complimentary luxury toiletries.

Within the hotel's grounds you'll find complimentary tea and coffee available 24/7, Natsumi restaurant which serves Italian-Japanese fusion cuisine and discounted parking available across the street.

Affinia in Manhattan

If you want to stay in a hotel that has it all, take a look at the Affinia in Manhattan.

Situated in midtown Manhattan in the crossroads of some of the city's iconic neighbourhood districts where you'll be surrounded by bars, restaurants, theatres and shops, this hotel is inspired by Broadway and features Niles New York City Restaurant and Bar which serves contemporary Asian cuisine, continental room service, Freshdirect grocery service, mini market and 24-hour gym.

Guests also receive a complimentary Citi bike pass valid for one day. Accommodation is provided in the form of 140 studios, 144 one-bedroom apartments, eight two-bedroom apartments and 17 terraces, each of which features modern décor, high-speed WiFi access, flat screen HDTV with web browser and eco-friendly bath amenities.

Astor on the Park

For a more affordable accommodation, take a look at Astor on the Park. Situated only a short walk away from Central Park, coffee shops, brunch restaurants and burger joints, this seven-storey hotel provides accommodation in the form of 112 guestrooms, each of which comes with the essentials, including TV, telephone and marble bathroom with hairdryer.

Bars and Restaurants

Ristorante Rafele

Ristorante Rafele is one of the top-rated Italian restaurants in New York, situated in West Village and open from midday to 11pm Monday to Saturday, and midday to 10pm on Sundays.

The restaurant is run by two Italians who aim to bring the finest cuisine of Naples straight to your table. Lunch, dinner, brunch, vegan and gluten-free menus are all available and some of the signature dishes include handmade pizzas and pastas, seafood appetisers, grilled meats and fish stews.

There is also a three-course tasting menu available Sunday to Thursday filled with a selection of the chef's favourite dishes.

Bemelmans Bar

If you're looking for classic swanky bar surroundings, look no further than Bemelmans Bar. This bar features an Art Deco design, with chocolate-brown leather sofas, a black granite bar, gold leaf-coated ceiling and black glass tabletops, making it ideal for a romantic pre- or post-dinner drink.

The bar menu features an international selection of wine, sparkling wine, champagne, beer, cocktails, spirits and a handful of weekly featured drinks.

In addition to the nightly Jazz trio which plays from 9.30pm onward, regular entertainment events also take place at Bemelmans Bar and include solo singers, bands and musicians many of which are world-famous.

Le Bernardin

Seafood lovers won't want to pass up on the chance to dine at Le Bernardin. This four-star award-winning seafood restaurant serves up only the very finest fresh fish and seafood in its tastefully-appointed dining room.

Lunch and dinner a la carte menus are available, as well as an eight-course chef's tasting menu and seven-course signature tasting menu both of which come with wine pairings for an extra charge.

There is also a dessert menu with fresh and cooked fruits, chocolate cake, ice creams and sorbets, plus a wine menu with 900 different varieties from 12 countries. 

Things to do in New York in March

Ground Zero Museum Workshop

The Ground Zero Museum Workshop is known as 'the biggest little museum in the world' and is open seven days a week. The workshop lasts for around two hours and includes a guided tour of the museum during which you'll find out everything about the events of 9/11. On the tour you'll see a collection of photographs from and related to the attacks, stories from survivors and workers who helped save people's lives and items recovered from the rubble after the attacks.

At the end of the tour, you'll be given 15 minutes in which to browse the posters and books in the gift shop as well as ask any questions. To go on the tour, you need to book a ticket in advance through the website.

Lincoln Centre for the Performin Arts

The Lincoln Centre for the Performing Arts is one of the best places in Manhattan to catch a show. This venue hosts all kinds of cultural performances, from ballets and orchestral performances to solo singers and theatrical acts.

Thanks to its small size, the performances hosts here seem more intimate compared to many other venues in New York and allow you to enjoy the show without struggling to see or hear anything.


A trip to New York isn't complete without visiting Broadway. This part of the city is home to a massive selection of entertainment venues, including theatres and opera houses where you can watch a huge assortment of shows all of which are performed live.

Some of the most popular shows of all time performed along Broadway include the Lion King, Wicked, the Book of Mormon, the Phantom of the Opera, the Jersey Boys, Aladdin and Les Miserables many of which are suitable for the whole family to enjoy.

Most venues give you the option of buying a show-only ticket or making a complete night out of it and buying a show ticket+dinner package.