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What is the weather forecast for the United States today Thursday, September 22, 2023? Through its official platforms, the shared the temperature measurements in various cities in the United States, as well as the climate predictions and forecast, considering geographic and seasonal factors, among others.

It should be noted that the United States is dominated by mild temperatures, tropical in Hawaii and Florida, arctic in Alaska, semi-arid in the Great Plains area and west of the Mississippi River, arid in the great basins of the southwest and moderate winters in the northwest. That’s why you should be aware of sudden changes in the climate of the city in which you live.

And if you are wondering when will fall would come, forget about it. In some parts of the northwestern U.S., the weather this week is going straight to winter, with nippy temperatures and a few snowflakes in the forecast for the highest elevations of Idaho, Oregon and Washington.

USA weather today September 22, 2023 city by city

  • Albuquerque: 17º
  • Atlanta: 19º
  • Baltimore: 19º
  • Boston: 16º
  • Charlotte: 19º
  • Chicago: 20º
  • Columbus: 18º
  • Denver: 10º
  • Detroit: 19º
  • Philadelphia: 18º
  • Honolulu: 26º
  • Houston: 28º
  • Indianapolis: 18º
  • Jacksonville: 27º
  • Las Vegas: 21º
  • Los Angeles: 19º
  • Memphis: 21º
  • Milwaukee: 15º
  • North Kansas City: 18º
  • New Orleans: 27º
  • New York: 13º
  • Oklahoma City: 19º
  • Omaha: 17º
  • Phoenix: 23º
  • Portland: 11º
  • San Antonio: 26º
  • San Diego: 18º
  • Seattle: 8º
  • Virginia Beach: 21º
  • Washington: 4º

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Key Aspects of the NWS’ Weather Prediction Center

  • Below-normal temperatures are expected across much of the western U.S., with widespread precipitation over the northern Intermountain West and Rocky Mountains.
  • Strong to severe storms and excessive rain are expected for parts of the northern and southern plains.
  • Gusty winds, heavy rain and high surf are possible in parts of the southeastern and southern mid-Atlantic on Friday and into the weekend.
  • Temperatures are cold enough that parts of southern Oregon and northern California are under frost advisories and frost warnings this morning. There are also winter weather advisories for parts of the northern Rocky Mountains that will be in effect through Thursday night, where a few inches of snow is possible at higher elevations. Current daytime high temperature anomalies will range between 15 and 25 degrees below common from the northern Rocky Mountains to southern California. However, dry and gusty conditions are key gears in the danger of high fire weather in parts of Northern California today.
  • Two front parameters; one in the southern plains and the other in the northern plains will help bring widespread, heavy rain and storms. There are two minor dangers of excessive rain and severe weather today in the southern and northern plains. For Friday, as the preeminent low moves a little further east, the threat of excessive rain and severe weather looms over the northern plains. The Storm Prediction Center (SPC) also issued a high threat area for fire weather in the southern part of the High Plains on Friday.
  • In the east, attention shines brighter on a frontal system off the southeast coast that is forecast to direct a burst of rich subtropical moisture from the Carolina coast today to the Mid-Atlantic coast on Friday. A narrow marginal danger of excessive rainfall stretching from southern Florida to southern South Carolina today grows on Friday to encompass most of the densely urbanized Mid-Atlantic on Saturday. The forecast element most likely to cause harmful impacts are gusts of wind and deep waves that can cause coastal flooding along the Mid-Atlantic coast. After a seasonally mild day today along the East Coast, increasing mid-to-high clouds and periods of rain should lead to more October-like temperatures from the Mid-Atlantic to New England this Friday and across next weekend.

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What is the weather like in the United States?

Being a large country, the United States reports an enormous variety of climates, almost all of them. On the east side, two main climates predominate: humid subtropical and humid continental.

While in the northeast the most predominant climate is the humid continental climate characterized by constant rainfall throughout the year that turns into thunderstorms during the summer and snowfall throughout the winter.

In the southeastern United States, the prevailing weather is humid subtropical with warm summers, cool winters and abundant precipitation. And on the west side, there are at least three major predominant climates: semi-arid, arid and Mediterranean.

What is the weather like in the United States throughout the year?

In general, average annual temperatures in the United States range from 21.5 °C (70.7 °F) in Florida to -3.0 °C (26.6 °F) in Alaska.

The warmest temperatures are found in the south and southwest, where the climate is subtropical or tropical, and the coldest ones are found in Alaska, where the climate is arctic.

Meanwhile, in the center of the country, temperatures tend to be milder. In the north, temperatures can be colder in winter and warmer in summer. In the east part of the US, temperatures are warmer in summer and cooler in winter.

What is the best state in the USA to live in for its weather?

It is commonly estimated that California is the best state in the US to live in thanks to its weather. California’s climate is Mediterranean, which means it has dry winters and humid summers.

Average temperatures in southern California range from 50 to 80 degrees Fahrenheit (10 to 27 degrees Celsius) year-round. Northern California is a bit cooler, with average temperatures ranging from 40 to 70 degrees Fahrenheit (4 to 21 degrees Celsius).

California’s climate is ideal for many people and provides a variety of outdoor activities throughout the year.

However, for many people, the positive results of living in California outweigh the dangers, such as wildfires, earthquakes and droughts.

Which US city has the best weather?

With an average high temperature of 84 degrees and 0 days below freezing, Honolulu provides the best year-round weather in the United States. While Honolulu experiences a rainy season between November and March, you’ll rarely have to contend with snow or cold temperatures.


Estudió Ciencias de la Comunicación en la Universidad San Martín de Porres y ejerce el periodismo desde hace 10 años en las ediciones web de varios medios nacionales. Actualmente se desempeña como Analista SEO del Núcleo de Audiencias del Grupo El Comercio.

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