Location

Newark, Delaware – Close to Philadelphia, New York, and Washington DC

The University of Delaware is located in Newark, Delaware, a quiet, safe, and friendly college town of 30,000 people.

Newark is two hours by car or train from Washington, DC and New York City (170 km) and one hour from Philadelphia and Baltimore (80 km). Nearby recreational areas on the Atlantic Ocean and in the Pocono mountains of Pennsylvania offer students a variety of summer and winter activities.

ELI Address: 189 West Main Street, Newark, Delaware 19716 USA

Click here to learn more about Newark, Delaware.

 

ClimateUDigital_1383_Campus_041411_069-lpr

The climate in Newark is quite comfortable for most of the year. We experience all four seasons, including very warm temperatures in the summer (June, July, August) and mildly cold temperatures in the winter (January, February). The charts below will give you more information about the climate in Newark.

 

Temperatures (Celsius) and Precipitation 

Jan Feb March April May June
Average high in °C 5 7 13 19 24 29
Average low in °C -5 -4 0 5 10 15
Av. precipitation – mm 88 69 103 90 112 103
July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Average high in °C 31 30 26 20 14 8
Average low in °C 18 18 14 7 2 -2
Av. precipitation – mm 114 102 109 86 86 90

 

Temperatures (Farenheit) and Precipitation 

Jan Feb March April May June
Average high in °F 42 45 55 66 76 84
Average low in °F 24 25 32 40 51 60
Av. precipitation – inch 3.46 2.72 4.06 3.54 4.41 4.06
July Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Average high in °F 88 85 79 68 57 46
Average low in °F 65 64 57 44 36 28
Av. precipitation – inch 4.49 4.02 4.29 3.39 3.39 3.54

 

Totals and Averages

Annual average high temperature 18.7 °C

Annual average low temperature 6.6 °C
Average temperature 12.6 °C
Average annual precipitation 1152.0 mm

Climate Newark

Source: U.S. Climate Data

UDigital_965_Campus_Snow_013110_21-scr

Print Friendly

Comments are closed