In spite of New England’s reputation for a rugged climate, the weather in Connecticut tends to be relatively mild. According to the Stamford Museum and Nature Center, the average annual temperature in Connecticut is a temperate 48.5 degrees. Four distinct and picturesque seasons grace the state, bringing a kaleidoscope of change from spring flowers to autumn’s brilliant hues. The average temperature in the summer is a pleasing 70 degrees. Even the variable readings rarely rise above 90 degrees during the warmer summer months. For up-to-date information, contact:

Connecticut Weather Center

National Weather Service


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