LivingTravelA month-to-month calendar of events in New Orleans

A month-to-month calendar of events in New Orleans

There is always something happening in New Orleans and of course, in addition to what is happening, you need to know the weather conditions. So first, here are the average New Orleans weather conditions for the year.

  • January —- high 62 ° F low 43 ° F rainfall 4.7 in.
  • February —- high 65 ° F low 46 ° F rain 5.6 in.
  • March —- high 71 ° F low 52 ° F rain 5.2 in.
  • April —- high 78 ° low 59 ° F rain 4.7 in.
  • May —- high 85 ° F low 66 ° F rain 4.4 in.
  • June —- high 89 ° F low 71 ° F rain 5.4 in.
  • July —- high 91 ° F low 73 ° F rain 6.4 in.
  • August —- high 90 ° F low 73 ° F rain 5.9 in.
  • September —- high 87 ° F low 70 ° F rain 5.5 in.
  • October —- high 80 ° F low 59 ° F rain 2.8 in.
  • November —- high 71 ° F low 51 ° F rain 4.4 in.
  • December —- high 64 ° F low 45 ° F rain 5.5 in.

To help you plan your next trip, here is a monthly calendar of the main events.

January Time to plan the year.

February Bring an extra bag to take all your Mardi Gras shots home. If you are staying for Mardi Gras day, bring a costume, you will have more fun.


Easter Parades, Jazz Brunches and more.


It is time for the spring festivals to begin.


More festivals like the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival and the New Orleans Food and Wine Experience.


Hot and humid, bring shorts, cool clothes, and a hat.


This is the time to get great deals on hotels.


Because there are few conventions in August, hotels offer great deals.


The New Orleans Saints, Southern Decadence and more.


The weather is cool and many days with blue skies. Time for art walks and shows.


The weather is cold. But there is soccer with the New Orleans Saints and the Bayou Classic.


Christmas in New Orleans.

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