Monthly Temperature (AccuWeather)
In April 2015, spring’s arrival was marked by continued temperature increases in all observed cities. The monthly temperature rose in San Antonio by 7 degrees Celsius (C) to 22C, in New York by 9 degrees to 11C, and in Chicago by 10 degrees to 10C. Meanwhile, San Diego experienced a minor decrease of 0.3 degrees to 19.10C from last month.
In comparison to the past two-year average of April temperatures, this year’s April felt warmer by 2C in San Diego and in San Antonio. Chicago was 4C above the two-year average, and New York remained unchanged. Chicago and New York experienced the largest weather fluctuations among all observed cities this month, as temperatures in Chicago started off tepid at 12C on April 1, before dipping to 2C on April 7, and reaching 18C during the middle of the month, and ending at 6C on April 20. Similarly, New York started off the month at a cool 5C before climbing to 22C on April 17, before dropping to 8C on April 20.
Data Sources: AccuWeather