Spring Temperature Averages for Every State





The map here shows how spring temperatures compare across the American states. Below the map are the data it's based on.

Plus there's a ranking of states in spring from hottest to coldest.

The temperatures are state-wide averages calculated from temperatures recorded during the months of March, April and May.

Spring temperature averages 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.

USA state map of average spring temperatures

The average temperatures during spring for every state in the US are listed below in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius. The states are also ranked from the hottest state in spring at number 1 to the coldest state at number 50.

Average temperature for each state during spring.
State Avg ° F Avg ° C Rank
Alabama 62.516.97
Alaska 24.7-4.150
Arizona 58.214.611
Arkansas 60.315.79
California 57.113.914
Colorado 43.76.538
Connecticut 47.38.533
Delaware 53.311.819
Florida 69.921.11
Georgia 63.117.36
Hawaii 68.620.32
Idaho 43.66.439
Illinois 51.610.922
Indiana 51.110.623
Iowa 48.29.027
Kansas 53.612.018
Kentucky 55.112.815
Louisiana 66.319.13
Maine 39.13.949
Maryland 52.811.620
Massachusetts 45.77.636
Michigan 42.65.942
Minnesota 41.95.545
Mississippi 63.217.35
Missouri 54.412.416
State Avg ° F Avg ° C Rank
Montana 42.55.843
Nebraska 48.29.027
Nevada 48.08.929
New Hampshire 42.45.844
New Jersey 50.610.325
New Mexico 52.411.321
New York 43.66.439
North Carolina 58.214.611
North Dakota 41.15.147
Ohio 49.79.826
Oklahoma 59.115.110
Oregon 46.98.335
Pennsylvania 47.48.632
Rhode Island 47.08.334
South Carolina 62.016.78
South Dakota 44.87.137
Tennessee 57.314.113
Texas 65.118.44
Utah 47.58.631
Vermont 41.55.346
Virginia 54.112.317
Washington 47.78.730
West Virginia 50.910.524
Wisconsin 42.96.141
Wyoming 40.84.948
State Temperatures
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