Best Time To Visit Moab
Moab is hot and dry in the summers, cold and dry in the winters. Rain happens in all months of the year, but never enough to actually make things humid. Winter actually sees some snow. Easily the peak tourist seasons are April and May and September and October. Summer sees some tourist activity, but these are people brave enough to face temperatures between 32-38 degrees Celsius; it is not the best time to visit. The seasonal temperature breakdowns for Moab are as follows:
- Spring: March - May: It gets hot quickly over the course of spring, daytime temperatures rising from 17 to 28 degrees Celsius over a course of three months. Nights are still chilly.
- Summer: June - August: Searing July temperatures that occasionally reach 40 degrees Celsius, and with over 100 days with temperatures reaching above 32 degrees Celsius. Night temperatures are vastly coolers, dipping to 18 degrees Celsius. Still, the weather is unbearable.
- Autumn: September - November: The sharp decline in temperatures from a still hot September (30 degrees Celsius) to a downright chilly November (12 degrees Celsius) is sheer relief.
- Winter: December - February: Daytime highs are never higher than 10 degrees Celsius and night time lows reach -7 degrees Celsius.
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Maximum rain recorded in Moab is 312.79 mm in July.
Months with no rains or lowest rains in Moab is November.
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Most humid month in Moab is January.
Least humid month in Moab is June.