March 2015 – Actual Weather (AccuWeather)


Monthly Temperature (AccuWeather)
Monthly Temperature (AccuWeather) - March 2015

In March 2015, the temperature started to reflect the height of spring in San Diego and San Antonio as temperatures averaged between 13 and 19 degrees Celsius (C) throughout the month. New York and Chicago, on the other hand, are only emerging from the winter cold. The average temperature in Chicago is about 4C warmer this March compared to March 2014, and New York remained the same.

In comparison to the past two-year average of March temperatures, this year’s March 2015 felt warmer by 1C in San Diego and 2C colder in San Antonio. Chicago was 3C above the two-year average, and New York remained unchanged. Also, Chicago experienced the largest weather fluctuations among all observed cities this month, as the temperature dipped to -14C on March 5 and 6, and climbed to 13C on March 16.

DailyTemperature (AccuWeather)
Daily Temperature (AccuWeather) - March 2015

Data Sources: AccuWeather


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