Wilkesbarre Pennsylvania Weather
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Wilkes-Barre, the hottest months are July, August and then June. If dry weather is the right thing to do, it is November, January, then March, and at least some snow is falling. Some rain is expected in July, followed by August and June, but not as heavy as in January and February.
The hottest day of the year is July 20, with an average high of 83F and a low of 65F. The darkest period of the year lasts 3 - 3 months, the coldest period 1 - 2 months.
Daytime highs range from 81 to 7º F, but it will feel cool due to humidity and wind. Highs range from 80 to 5 degrees, with an average maximum of 83 degrees and an average low of 65 degrees. Daily highs range from 81 to 7 degrees, with lows in the mid-70s and the hottest day of the year being July 20.
The first spring blooms in Wilkes-Barre will appear in late April or early May, with late spring and early summer due to the increasing degree days alone. The wind is considered a light breeze, but it is likely to be a breeze rather than a windy day with an average wind speed of 15 to 20 miles per hour.
Bus services are scheduled to start at 9 a.m., but the start times may be later than 9 a.m., depending on the conditions. While Route 18 leaves the Intermodal Center, all other routes will end at Wilkes-Barre International Airport. The tourism graph is based on Google searches for tourists using the service in relation to the rest of the year. Travel warnings and warnings for the United States will be issued until 7 October 2019 and normal security arrangements will be in place.
Independent values were calculated for the perceived temperature, humidity, wind speed and wind direction. These values are combined into a single hourly composite score, which is then aggregated for each day and averaged and smoothed over the analysis period of the year.
Different types of precipitation were observed on each day, with no trace of it, and rain and snow fell on the same day. The most frequent form of precipitation during the year was rain alone, with the breakdown based on total precipitation and the number of days with at least a trace of precipitation.
At the upper end of the spectrum was colder, drier snow with snowfall rates of between 4 and 7 cm per year.
This is the total amount of snow that Scranton and Wilkes-Barre normally get, but the average does not show how many days it has snowed, which varies from year to year. Snow in February is between 6 - 6 inches, the lightest of the year, and snow in March between 1 - 2 inches and 3 - 4 inches. Then you can expect the first and last snowfall of the season, so this is a good indicator of when and how much snow is expected.
If a day is a wet day, the wet season lasts 5.1 months, and if it rains from the beginning to the middle of June, the snow-covered city, the depth will be ten or more centimetres. The city has an average of 2.5 cm of snow in spring (14 March) and 3-4 cm in summer (1-6 June). Daylight Savings Time (Daylight Savings Time) is observed every year and lasts 7.8 months and ends in autumn (November 7).
Scranton and Wilkes - At least one inch of snow is on the ground on one-third of winter days, and less than an inch of snow remains on the ground in summer.
The average amount of precipitation (continuous line) accumulated over a moving period of 31 days around the day of the year is displayed, while the average snowfall line (black line), the total amount of snow baptism over the same period, is displayed. Snowfall is defined as rainfall accumulating over an average of 1.5 inches per day on any given day of the year in which it is at its center. As shown in the graph below, average precipitation (red line, left) and average precipitation (blue lines, right) are displayed on a daily basis and snowfalls are considered precipitation, the sum of all precipitation accumulated for a slide on each day over 31 days centered on that day or year.
The percentage of time spent under a cloud cover is categorized as the percentage of sky covered by clouds. A "cloud cover" value is 10 for a perfectly clear sky and falls linearly and is categorized according to the number of days in the year when it falls below 10.
The precipitation value, based on three hours of precipitation around the hour in question, is 10 for precipitation and is linear and categorized by the number of days in the year on which it falls below 10. Note: A value of 0 in the "snow" graph below may mean that there was no snow or that it was not reported.