Niagara Falls Weather Information
The weather in Niagara Falls is anything but predictable. But if you're prepared, it offers opportunities to see the region's beauty year-round.
They key is to pack for whatever the day might bring. Even during the warmest months, the weather can change within an hour. The morning might be hot and sunny, while later in the day might be cool and cloudy.
Spring & Summer in Niagara Falls
- During the summer months, average temperatures are typically between the mid 60s and 70s. Average spring temperatures range from 41 degrees to 62 degrees. It's often warm when the skies are clear and sunny, but rain showers can make even these balmier months a bit nippy. Average monthly precipitation is 3 inches during the summer and 2.7 inches during the spring months. Layered clothing, a light jacket and rain gear are a good idea.
Winter in Niagara Falls
- November through March bring the coldest temperatures of the year, typically between 21 degrees and 39 degrees. Expect to see plenty of snow during the winter months, with precipitation averaging 2.7 inches per month. Warm clothing and footwear are a must if you visit during the winter.
Autumn in Niagara Falls
- Autumn brings beautiful colors and somewhat milder temperatures, averaging between 46 degrees and 66 degrees. Average monthly precipitation during the fall months is about 3 inches. Layer your clothing and wear a light jacket.
No matter what time of year you visit, you should remember that the falls themselves are a powerful force of nature. Many of the attractions will bring you close to them, and the mists can get you wet, making temperatures feel colder. Always bring rain gear and a dry change of clothing.