January 2015 Weather for New York City – 5day forecast
NYC Weather in January
January is typically the coldest month in New York City, it's a great time for bargain hunters - you can expect big post-holiday sales .Tourism drops off in January and it's easier to get Broadway show tickets, but most popular attractions are still crowded. It is a great time to find bargain accommodations and flights to New York City. The third weekend in January is a three-day weekend for many Americans, and Monday is a federal holiday to commemorate Martin Luther King - this means that many businesses may be closed, but typically restaurants and other tourist attractions remain open.
What to Wear: dress in layers, wear a warm, windproof jacket; closed toe shoes, comfortable for walking and water-resistant; gloves or mittens, a hat and scarf to keep warm
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What to do in January in NYC
Visit Central Park - It's always a great time to have a walk in Central Park
Broadway Week - Broadway Week is back! 2 for 1 Tickets go on sale on January 9th at 10:30AM local time, Broadway Week dates: Jan 20 to Feb 5, don't miss it if you are here
Ice Skating in Bryant Park - Free if you bring your own ice-skates, $15 rental
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