October weather gets pretty mild in New York


As we prepare to end September and wait until October if you’re hoping for cool fall weather, you might be a little disappointed.

As for the next 30 days or so, it looks like you might have to leave the chunky sweaters and winter jackets in the closet for now.

According to the National Weather Service’s long-term outlook, it looks like October will be a bit milder than normal.

For much of the state, the average high is around 60 degrees and the lows are around 45.

The long range forecast calls for highs in the upper 60s with lows in the 50s, so you’re looking for a jump of about 5-10 degrees from normal. As for some places, it looks like you might have spring days.

In the middle of the month, we could see the high temperatures reach lows into the mid-70s, which is quite unusual in October.

So, will these above-average temperatures last all month and possibly extend into November? At the end of October, it looks like the high temperatures will drop sharply and we could see highs in the high 50s and high 40s. It looks like these high and cold temperatures will stay in New York for much of November.

According to the long term forecast, November will start in the 40s and stay there roughly.

So you might not need those chunky sweaters and winter jackets for much of October, but you might consider a Halloween costume that can be worn over a jacket. of winter.

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Folklore or prediction? You are the judge.

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