Best Time To Visit Oklahoma City
Although Oklahoma City has four distinct seasons through the course of the year, the subtropical climate's weather is almost always mild. The city receives over 3,000 hours of sunlight every year. However the city does see some extreme weather between March and June. This is due to the fact that it lies in the Tornado Alley. Sometimes during these months the city also experiences hail storms. Seasonal temperature variations can be broken down as follows:
- Spring: March to May: This period is marked by thunderstorms, tornadoes and occasional hail storms. Temperatures can range from as low as 5 degrees Celsius in early March to as high as 26 degrees Celsius in May.
- Summer: June to August: This is the wettest and humanist time of the year. On hot days temperatures may rise up to 32 degrees Celsius.
- Autumn: September to November: The nighttime temperatures begin to fall steeply at this time, daytime temperatures continue to remain high right until mid-october. The grass is the reverse of spring: As high as 29 degrees Celsius in early September, to as low as 5 degrees Celsius in November nights. This is the best time to visit.
- Winter: December to February: Snow makes an appearance every winter. Average high temperatures are about 12 degrees Celsius, and average low temperatures are -1 degrees Celsius.
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Maximum rain recorded in Oklahoma City is 1076.13 mm in April.
Months with no rains or lowest rains in Oklahoma City is November.
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Most humid month in Oklahoma City is August.
Least humid month in Oklahoma City is February.