New York Weather October NovemberWeather October November
So the first weeks of November are the best season to come to New York if you want to see the town in its hottest form. Though this happens only on an annual basis on an annual basis of only 10% of the day, New York can sometimes reach a temperature above 20°C and below -5°C in November.
New York has the highest monthly measured temp. of 25°C, while the lower temperatures ever measured in the town at this season are -6°C. In November, New York gets an 85-mm/3-inch precipitation on 12 rain and one snow- this is a drop in comparison to October.
If it rains more than 1/3 of the day of the week there is a good possibility that you will have one or two showers, so be ready and take an Umbrella with you. There is a slight increase in the probability of rain in this season as the months develop, beginning at 38% on 1 November and increasing to 42% by 30 November.
In New York in November, the most frequent types of rains you can anticipate are mild rains (which occur on 45% of the rainy days), mild rains (27%) and soft snows (10%). Also the likelihood of snowfalls rises during the course of the months, from 2% on November 1 and increasing to 10% by November 30.
That makes the last November weekend the best season to come and see the town if you want to capture the slush. In the course of an April to November period, New York will enjoy six consecutive hrs of daily Sunday morning sun - one hrs less than the preceding months - with 71% medium clouds (partly cloudy) at the beginning of the months and 76% (partly cloudy) at the end of themonths.
The skies are 31% clear/mostly clear on an avera- tage date, 13% partially and 48% cloudy/overcast. In New York the atmospheric moisture in November fluctuates between 49% (pleasant) and 86% (very humid), seldom below 32% (pleasant) or up to 100% (very humid). It is often dryest around 29 November when three out of four nights are below 57% (slightly humid), while on 1 November it is wettest when three out of four are above 77% (humid).
Compared to the quieter summers, November is a rather airy period for New York. In this season the windspeeds typically vary between 0 m/s (calm) and 7 m/s (moderate breeze), seldom above 10 m/s (fresh breeze). Highest mean windspeed of 4 m/s (soft breeze) will occur around 21 November when the mean day peak is 7 m/s, while the weakest mean windspeed of 4 m/s (soft breeze) will occur around 1 November when the mean day peak is 6 m/s. The highest mean windspeed of 4 m/s (soft breeze) will occur around 21 November when the mean day peak is 6 m/s.
New York's November temperature is very low, so this is the best season for those who want to enjoy most of their vacation at home, or for travelers who don't bother going outside every single year. You will need to take a lot of wintry clothes, which include denim, sweaters, overcoats, caps, scarfs and mittens, to keep you hot when you are leaving your accommodation at this season of the year.
For those of you who want to avoid freezing weather and come to New York when the weather is hottest, don't go to November and instead schedule your journey in July when the temperature is usually at its highest. Vacationers looking for an inexpensive accommodation with many amenities and service should head to Nyma, the New York Manhattan Hotell.
A short walk from the trendy district's stores and trendy stores, the Empire State Building, Madison Square Garden and Penn Station, this is an ideal place for sight-seeing. Manufactured from environmentally sound material, such as recyclable timber and recyclable glazing, this property offers lodging in the shape of twin and shared rooms, each equipped with free WiFi internet connection and domestic telephone lines, CATV with films on request, A/C, central Heating and Cafe.
In addition, visitors are provided with free continental breakfasts, free indefinite coffees, cappuccinos, tea and chocolates from the Mazzanine Lounge, 24 hour admission to the Center and free children's seats for children under 13 years of age. The Millennium Broadway is another key downtown New York property in Manhattan, near Times Square, Fifth Avenue stores and Broadway theaters.
Travelers who want to do a great deal of sight-seeing during their New York vacation should consider a stay at The Court.
Located just a few minutes walk from the Grand Central Terminal and Empire State Building, the resort offers 199 guest rooms and suite accommodations in park, shop, museum, gallery, restaurant, night life and more. It is hard for a characterful establishment to outperform the French Quarters Guest Apartments.
In the Row Restaurant in New York City, set in the midst of cafés, pubs and dining establishments, this New York City restaurant combines the Parisian feel of New Orleans with the feel of New York's city. Inside the Bourbon you will find the Bourbon Street Bar & Cricket, the New Orleans' type dishes for braunch, lunches and dinners, linen service and concierges service, as well as free papers and complimentary breakfasts served every day for the guest.
You can change the desserts list every day, depending on what has been made. If you prefer a less informal meal, you can dine in the bar, which has a more relaxing and light meal with marinated eggs, fish fingers, tartar steaks and soup. If you want some of the best shellfish in New York, try Lobster Place.
Octopus, mussels, Scallop shells, urchin, crabs, lobsters, shrimps, cavity and samplers, with seafood and French fries, octopus lettuce, hamburgers, breaded lobsters and sword fruit sands. Once you have really eaten your food, you can buy some of the produce from your local restaurant and prepare it in your own room if you have the opportunity.
West-village is one of the best neighborhoods in New York. When you come on an evenings, you will also find many event locations that offer amusement in the shape of real life tunes and stand-up compedy. Apollo is another great place for nightlife in New York. Lovers of historical events will not want to miss the opportunity to come to Governor's Island.
An 172 hectare large islet in the heart of New York Harbour, once used as a former army station, is now a large open area full of cafés, bars, restaurants, stores and grass. Once finished, the Hills will project 7 to 25 meters beyond the entire length of the Isle, offering the visitor a panorama view of the lower Manhattan skies, New York harbour and the Statue of Liberty.