Best Time to Visit New Jersey
New Jersey isn’t just history, factories nor huge malls and outlet stores in its northeast sites.
In New Jersey northwest there are calm lakes and woodlands. And the Atlantic shores offer plenty of resorts and interesting towns such as Cape May and Atlantic city - the latter being a major gambling center.
Best time to visit New Jersey
When not to go to New Jersey
New Jersey Weather Table
Best time to visit Atlantic City, Cape May
MAIN GEOGRAPHICAL REFERENCES
WHAT TO VISIT IN NEW JERSEY STATE?
A major shopping center and home of the main airport
The state's capital
Delaware Water Gap region
Forests, streams and small lakes region
A major university center
A US major gambling resort
Small historic city
BEST TIME TO VISIT NEW JERSEY STATE
New Jersey weather is very similar to that of New York. It's changeable, with moderate precipitation all year long, heat waves in the summer and cool weather in the winter and early spring. Snow is occurs mostly in winter months.
Near the shores, temperatures tend to be more moderate and there is less snow in the winter months when compared to New York.
Late-spring - May, June – or late-summer and early-fall – September, October - are excellent months for visiting New Jersey, unless you want to enjoy the beach life of New Jersey sea resorts, in which case the summer months would be best.
WHEN NOT TO GO TO NEW JERSEY
Weekends tend to be very crowded, you may want to avoid them. In the winter months temperatures may be very low.
Humidity and high temperatures may turn July and August into uncomfortable months in some New Jersey's sites, though this may be softened or inverted in the beach resorts.
The Trenton weather table - shown below - is very representative of New Jersey weather, namely the inland. See Also Atlantic City Weather Table.
Weather table for New Jersey: Trenton Table