What’s the weather like in Boston in March?
As the biggest city in the state of Massachusetts, Boston has a humid, continental climate on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. In March, the city’s still very cold, so you’ll need to pack a thick winter coat and plenty of layers to stay warm during the day and into the evening. Although it’s chilly at this time of year, Boston is still a great place for a sightseeing holiday.
In March, the average temperature in Boston is a very cold 4°C, with highs of 8°C and lows of 0°C at night. With freezing temperatures, you’ll need to bring a hat, scarf and gloves along with thick layers for warmth. Around 90mm of rain is expected this month, spread across an average of 12 wet days, so it’s worth packing a light rain jacket in case of showers.