Average Wind Speed in March at US Cities





The tables below give the average wind speed in March for the largest cities in the United States.

The numbers are averages of most the years that their airport weather stations have collected data.

Average wind speed in March (miles per hour and kilometres per hour)
City MPH KPH
Atlanta, Georgia 10.9 17.5
Austin, Texas 9.8 15.8
Baltimore, Maryland 10.5 16.9
Birmingham, Alabama 9.0 14.5
Boston, Massachusetts 13.6 21.9
Buffalo, New York 13.1 21.1
Charlotte, North Carolina 8.8 14.2
Chicago, Illinois 11.8 19.0
Cincinnati, Ohio 11.0 17.7
Cleveland, Ohio 12.0 19.3
Columbus, Ohio 10.1 16.3
Dallas, Texas 12.6 20.3
Denver, Colorado 9.6 15.4
Detroit, Michigan 11.3 18.2
Hartford, Connecticut 9.9 15.9
Houston, Texas 9.0 14.5
Indianapolis, Indiana 11.6 18.7
City MPH KPH
Jacksonville, Florida 9.1 14.6
Kansas City, Missouri 12.3 19.8
Las Vegas, Nevada 10.0 16.1
Los Angeles, California 8.1 13.0
Louisville, Kentucky 10.1 16.3
Memphis, Tennessee 10.7 17.2
Miami, Florida 10.4 16.7
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 12.7 20.4
Minneapolis, Minnesota 11.3 18.2
Nashville, Tennessee 9.9 15.9
New Orleans, Louisiana 9.9 15.9
New York, New York 10.7 17.2
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 14.3 23.0
Orlando, Florida 9.9 15.9
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 11.3 18.2
Phoenix, Arizona 6.6 10.6
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 10.5 16.9
City MPH KPH
Portland, Oregon 8.3 13.4
Providence, Rhode Island 11.9 19.2
Raleigh, North Carolina 9.3 15.0
Richmond, Virginia 9.1 14.6
Rochester, New York 11.0 17.7
Sacramento, California 8.3 13.4
Salt Lake City, Utah 9.3 15.0
San Antonio, Texas 10.1 16.3
San Diego, California 7.5 12.1
San Francisco, California 10.5 16.9
Seattle, Washington 9.4 15.1
St. Louis, Missouri 11.6 18.7
Tampa, Florida 9.4 15.1
Virginia Beach, Virginia 12.1 19.5
Washington, DC 10.9 17.5
Reference

NOAA National Climatic Data Center. Comparative Climatic Data Publication.

US City Wind
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