More info: New York City has cool, wet winters and hot, humid summers with plentiful rainfall all year round.
Snowfall does not occur frequently, on average occurring on only 12 days per year but when it does snow, it tends to be heavy. New York is also prone to strong winds due to its coastal location on the Atlantic and they are especially common in autumn and winter.
Spring is the wettest season in new York and February is the driest month. Every single month in the city's recorded history has reported some rainfall.