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Climate and Weather

Weather

Despite New England’s reputation for rugged climate, the weather in Southeastern Connecticut is quite mild. On average, there are only three days a year when the temperature goes above 90 degrees, and only one day when it falls to 0 degrees or below. Appreciable precipitation, averaging 44 inches per year, can be expected approximately 125 days a year, evenly spread over the months. Summer temperatures can reach 80-90 degrees and winter temperatures average from 20-30 degrees. Snowfall, averaging 34 inches per year, usually occurs between January and March.

 

Climate

 

Month

High

Low

Humidity

January

31.30

13.30

83.77

February

32.80

15.80

83.43

March

44.70

28.50

76.45

April

58.20

40.20

61.80

May

63.90

46.20

63.39

June

75.90

59.40

68.60

July

82.40

67.70

67.32

August

77.30

61.00

65.16

September

70.50

55.90

62.00

October

61.80

42.30

52.26

November

55.90

38.90

55.13

December

46.30

29.00

58.13

 

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