Utica Historical Weather Data


Utica has one of the oldest sets of weather records in the United States. The area has some records that go back into the 1800s, and our monthly precipitation records go back to 1826. WKTV worked with Richard Morris, a local meteorologist and president of the Central New York chapter of the American Meteorological Society, to fill in the gaps that exist in the weather records prior to 1950. Where possible, we have also filled in those gaps that exist prior to November of 1926.

Our online archives can be found here. These are daily records that go back to the 1970s.

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MONTHLY ALL-TIME RECORDS & DAILY NORMALS/EXTREMES

Click on a month below to check out the average highs and lows -- along with all-time record weather data for Utica. (Note: These links will prompt users to download a spreadsheet of the data. This section works best on a desktop computer, as mobile users may encounter issues.)

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October
November
December

LATEST FORECAST

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Much cooler weather returns

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Warm weather and rain on the way

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Tornado Watch issued for parts of Central New York overnight

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Warmer weather ahead

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Big changes in the weather are expected this week.

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A brief wintry mix expected Friday

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April snowfall stats

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Unusually sunny stretch of weather continues

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Accumulating snow expected Friday

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Spring pays a visit

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