Average Monthly Temperatures for Each State in Spring

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The average temperatures during spring for every state in the US are listed below. The tables provide state-wide temperatures for each spring month, March, April and May, plus an average for the entire season. The states are also ranked from the hottest state in spring at number 1 to the coldest state at number 50.

Average spring temperatures range from a high of 69.9 degrees Fahrenheit (21.1 degrees Celsius) in Florida to a low of 24.7 °F (-4.1 °C) in Alaska. For the entire United States, excluding Hawaii and Alaska, the season averages 52.0 °F (11.1 °C).

The temperatures are based on data collected by weather stations throughout each state during the years 1971 to 2000 and made available by the NOAA National Climatic Data Center of the United States.

Average temperature for each state during spring.
Spring Average Rank State MarAprMay
° F ° C     °F °F °F
62.516.9 7 Alabama 566270
24.7-4.1 50 Alaska 112440
58.214.6 11 Arizona 515866
60.315.7 9 Arkansas 526069
57.113.9 14 California 525763
43.76.5 38 Colorado 364353
47.38.5 33 Connecticut 374758
53.311.8 19 Delaware 445363
69.921.1 1 Florida 656975
63.117.3 6 Georgia 566370
68.620.3 2 Hawaii 686970
43.66.4 39 Idaho 364452
51.610.9 22 Illinois 415262
51.110.6 23 Indiana 415162
48.29.0 27 Iowa 364960
53.612.0 18 Kansas 445463
55.112.8 15 Kentucky 465564
66.319.1 3 Louisiana 606674
39.13.9 49 Maine 273951
52.811.6 20 Maryland 435362
45.77.6 36 Massachusetts 364556
42.65.9 42 Michigan 314355
41.95.5 45 Minnesota 284256
63.217.3 5 Mississippi 566371
54.412.4 16 Missouri 455564
Spring Average Rank State MarAprMay
° F ° C     °F °F °F
42.55.8 43 Montana 334352
48.29.0 27 Nebraska 384859
48.08.9 29 Nevada 414756
42.45.8 44 New Hampshire 314254
50.610.3 25 New Jersey 415061
52.411.3 21 New Mexico 455261
43.66.4 39 New York 324455
58.214.6 11 North Carolina 505866
41.15.1 47 North Dakota 274255
49.79.8 26 Ohio 405060
59.115.1 10 Oklahoma 505968
46.98.3 35 Oregon 424653
47.48.6 32 Pennsylvania 374858
47.08.3 34 Rhode Island 384757
62.016.7 8 South Carolina 556270
44.87.1 37 South Dakota 334557
57.314.1 13 Tennessee 495766
65.118.4 4 Texas 586573
47.58.6 31 Utah 404756
41.55.3 46 Vermont 294154
54.112.3 17 Virginia 455463
47.78.7 30 Washington 424754
50.910.5 24 West Virginia 425160
42.96.1 41 Wisconsin 304356
40.84.9 48 Wyoming 324050
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