This is the most current Essex, NY weather forecast according to Open Weather Map. Please note that the weather fluctuates and meteorological predictions are not always accurate. Fortunately, no matter what the Essex, NY weather there is always a memorable adventure to be enjoyed. [Note: for hyperlocal weather updates from Essex Farm, click Essex hyperlocal weather.]
Essex, NY Weather Forecast
Wind: 11mph NNW
UV index: 3
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Four Seasons, Always Beautiful!
In Essex, spring, summer, autumn and winter offer breathtaking views, charming village activities and adventurous outdoor activities. For over a century many seasonal visitors have celebrated summertime watersports, boating, swimming, hiking, cycling, etc. And leaf peepers laud the magnificent fall foliage in the Adirondacks’ Champlain Valley. Residents are familiar with the snowy joys of winter skiing, skating, hiking and babysitting a crackling hearth with a mug of warm grog. Even spring – the least respected Essex, NY season – is mostly spectacular. “Mud season” is also the period of greening, lengthening days, snow drops, daffodils and apple tree blossoms. For eager adventurers spring also offers thrilling white water canoeing and kayaking; river and lake fishing; and the first magical cycling forays after a few months of snow.
Essex Weather Facts
The following Essex weather averages and records are provided courtesy of Weather.com.
- July is the average warmest month.
- The highest recorded temperature was 101°F in 1944.
- On average, the coolest month is January.
- The lowest recorded temperature was -30°F in 1957.
- The most precipitation on average occurs in July.
Essex Weather Averages
The climate in Essex, NY varies widely over the course of a year. The graphic data below from City-Data.com illustrates the “typical” Essex weather patterns, but the climate in any given year might not conform to the average calculations derived from long-term data. In addition, recent shifts in weather patterns indicate trends toward generally warmer temperatures and later snowfall start/end dates.