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UV Index in New York City, US

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Today's UV index in New York City, United States United States will be up to 3.5, indicating moderate risk of harm from the sun's UV rays for the average person. Check our tips for today to make sure you're safe in the sun.

 

Today's tips

With a UV index reaching up to 3.5 in New York City, stay shaded during midday when the sun is strongest; wear protective clothing, a wide-brimmed hat, UV-blocking sunglasses; apply SPF 30+ sunscreen every 2 hours, even on cloudy days; and be cautious of heightened UV on bright surfaces.

New York City Weather

Read more here about the climate and sun exposure in and around New York City.

UV Index in New York City

The UV index in New York City typically ranges from moderate (3-5) to high (6-7) during the summer months. It is important to protect your skin by wearing sunscreen and seeking shade during peak UV hours, usually between 10 am and 4 pm. The UV index is lower during the winter, ranging from low (1-2) to moderate (3-4).

Weather Seasons

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New York City experiences four distinct seasons: spring, summer, autumn, and winter. Spring (March to May) brings mild temperatures, ranging from around 10-20 °C (50-68 °F), with occasional rain showers. Summer (June to August) is hot and humid, with temperatures averaging 25-30 °C (77-86 °F). Autumn (September to November) is a pleasant time, with temperatures ranging from 15-25 °C (59-77 °F) and colorful foliage. Winter (December to February) is cold, with temperatures averaging around -1 to 4 °C (30-39 °F), and occasional snowfall.

New York City's Climate

Compared to its region, New York City experiences similar weather patterns. However, due to its coastal location, it can be affected by oceanic influences, resulting in milder winters and cooler summers compared to areas further inland. This also means that New York City has a higher chance of experiencing fog and sea breezes. The city's latitude gives it a moderate amount of sun exposure, with longer daylight hours during the summer and shorter hours during the winter.

Annual Sun Radiation

The chart above displays the Shortwave Radiation Sum (MJ/m²) for each day of the last year in New York City. It's designed to provide you with a better understanding of the yearly weather and sun exposure.

Disclaimer

* This page's content about the UV index in New York City (United States) is for educational and informational purposes only. The developers and data providers are not liable for the accuracy, reliability, or availability of the information. The information is not a substitute for professional medical advice, and the developers and data providers are not medical professionals. Seek advice from a qualified health provider for any medical concerns, and do not disregard medical advice or delay seeking it based on the information provided on this site.