Best Time To Visit Columbus City
The humid continental climate means that Columbus gets uncomfortable to stay in any of the extreme months. Summers are sticky and hot, and sometimes there are tornadoes. Blizzards are not unusual in the winter, though snowfall otherwise tends to be light. Temperatures changes between seasons are steep, and even in the summer months, there is usually a 10 degree Celsius difference between average daytime and nighttime temperatures.
- Spring (March - May): March starts out with cool, almost chilly days (10 degree Celsius) and still freezing nights (-10 degree Celsius) By the time May rolls around, temperature rise by about 11 for both day and night.
- Summer (June - August): 27 - 29 degree Celsius daily highs are constant through summer, but nightlife is excellent, usually hanging around the high teens and low twenties.
- Autumn (September - November): Mirroring the rise of the mercury in spring, the fall season shaves off about 11 degree Celsius over the course of three months. Temperatures head regularly into the negative starting October nights.
- Winter (December - February): Winter is intense and dry. Daytime highs are a few degrees above freezing, but nights in January hit -17 degree Celsius!
The best season to visit is of course spring and autumn, but for a commerce driven city of conventions, summer is the most popular time to visit with lots of concerts and heavy nightlife. But that just means prices are cheaper during spring and autumn, when the city is at its most beautiful. Spring is for families, autumn for lovers. Don't go in winter.
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Maximum rain recorded in Columbus City is 715.37 mm in November.
Months with no rains or lowest rains in Columbus City is February.
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Most humid month in Columbus City is January.
Least humid month in Columbus City is June.