Average Temperatures for Large US Cities in April





Average temperatures for the month of April in the largest US cities are listed below in degrees Fahrenheit and Celsius.

The tables give the normals for maximum and minimum temperatures based on weather data collected from 1991 to 2020 by the US National Centers for Environmental Information.

During April, daily temperatures regularly climb above 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 degrees Celsius) in America's hottest cities of Jacksonville, Miami, Orlando, Tampa, Austin, San Antonio and Phoenix. All other major cities enjoy warm weather with average high temperatures in at least the mid-50s °F (13 °C). Nights throughout the large urban areas are also mild, averaging above freezing, yet never getting really hot.

Average April temperatures for US cities.
High °F Low °F City High °C Low °C
74 53 Atlanta, Georgia 23 11
80 59 Austin, Texas 27 15
67 44 Baltimore, Maryland 19 6
75 52 Birmingham, Alabama 24 11
56 41 Boston, Massachusetts 14 5
55 37 Buffalo, New York 13 3
73 49 Charlotte, North Carolina 23 10
60 42 Chicago, Illinois 16 5
66 44 Cincinnati, Ohio 19 7
60 41 Cleveland, Ohio 16 5
64 42 Columbus, Ohio 18 6
77 57 Dallas, Texas 25 14
63 34 Denver, Colorado 17 1
59 39 Detroit, Michigan 15 4
61 38 Hartford, Connecticut 16 4
79 62 Houston, Texas 26 17
64 43 Indianapolis, Indiana 18 6
High °F Low °F City High °C Low °C
81 61 Jacksonville, Florida 27 16
66 44 Kansas City, Missouri 19 7
79 57 Las Vegas, Nevada 26 14
72 55 Los Angeles, California 22 13
70 49 Louisville, Kentucky 21 9
73 53 Memphis, Tennessee 23 12
84 70 Miami, Florida 29 21
55 38 Milwaukee, Wisconsin 13 3
57 38 Minneapolis, Minnesota 14 3
73 49 Nashville, Tennessee 23 9
79 62 New Orleans, Louisiana 26 17
62 46 New York, New York 17 8
71 48 Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 22 9
83 63 Orlando, Florida 28 17
65 44 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 18 7
86 61 Phoenix, Arizona 30 16
62 41 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 17 5
High °F Low °F City High °C Low °C
62 43 Portland, Oregon 17 6
59 40 Providence, Rhode Island 15 4
73 49 Raleigh, North Carolina 23 9
70 46 Richmond, Virginia 21 8
76 50 Riverside, California 24 10
57 37 Rochester, New York 14 3
74 49 Sacramento, California 23 10
62 42 Salt Lake City, Utah 17 5
80 58 San Antonio, Texas 27 15
69 57 San Diego, California 20 14
63 50 San Francisco, California 17 10
69 48 San Jose, California 21 9
59 43 Seattle, Washington 15 6
68 47 St. Louis, Missouri 20 8
83 65 Tampa, Florida 28 18
70 50 Virginia Beach, Virginia 21 10
68 48 Washington, DC 20 9
Reference

NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). Climate Normals.

US City Temperatures
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