What’s the weather like in New England in May?
The weather starts to warm up in May, which is great if you’ve planned a holiday in spring. Flowers begin to blossom and you’ll get to enjoy a lot more sunshine than previous months.
Known for its tall mountains and sweeping sandy bays, New England is a beautiful place to visit in late spring. Its natural beauty is in full bloom and you’ve missed the coldest temperatures of the winter months. The Atlantic coastline is very rugged but stunning. You’ll notice scenic harbours topped with old lighthouses that overlook the sea and guide sailors safely home. New England weather in May is mostly mild and sunny with moderate rainfall spread over the month.
You’ll have 14 hours of sunshine each day in May, which has increased from last month and gives you plenty of sunlight to hike mountains, explore the countryside and shop for deals in New York. 6mph winds can make the weather colder at night but humidity levels tend to remain high despite the winds at around 76%. The average daily temperature is 19°C with a monthly rainfall of 78mm.