Weather Averages for US Cities
Select a link for the average weather, by month or year, in major cities throughout the United States.
Each link takes you to climate data for dozens of cities, allowing you to compare their typical weather. There's information on temperature, precipitation, snowfall, sunshine, cloud, wind and humidity. The cities represent the 51 biggest metropolitan centers in the US, all those with over one million people in 2010.
Farther down the page you'll find links to in-depth weather information on special topics.
In-depth Weather Information
- Recent Weather in American Cities
- Temperature Averages by Decade
- Hot, Humid Weather: US Cities Compared
- Number of Hot Days US Cities Have in Summer
- How Often Cities Get Thunderstorms
- Chances of Snow for Christmas at USA Cities
- New Year's Day – Chances of Snow for USA Cities
Average high and low temperatures, total snowfall and precipitation for each year since 2010.
Summaries of what the temperatures were for each of the past six decades at American cities.
How often heat combines with humidity at America's largest cities to create uncomfortably muggy weather.
Compare how frequently cities across the USA can get really hot in summer.
Information on the number of thunderstorms that occur during summer months at major cities in the United States.
Among America's large cities, only one has a really good chance of having a white Christmas.
Any American city where it can snow, is more likely to see the white stuff at New Year's than to have a white Christmas