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Climate

The climate of Edmond is affected mainly by winds from the continental Great Plains, though occasionally moist air comes up from the Gulf Coast. Winters are short and mild. Summers are hot, but the heat is mitigated by low humidity.

Average and Extreme Temperatures

Temp.Jan.Feb.Mar.Apr.MayJuneJulyAug.Sept.Oct.Nov.Dec.
Extreme High(°F)80°84°93°100°104°105°109°110°104°96°87°86°
Average High(°F)47°52°61°72°79°87°93°92°84°74°60°50°
Average Temp(°F)36°41°50°60°69°77°82°81°73°62°49°40°
Average Low(°F)25°30°38°49°58°66°71°70°62°51°38°29°
Extreme Low (°F)-4°-3°20°32°47°53°51°36°22°11°-8°

Source: National Climatic Data Center, International Station Meteorological Climate Summary

Average Precipitation/Snowfall/Humidity

Precipitation/HumidityJan.Feb.Mar.Apr.MayJuneJulyAug.Sept.Oct.Nov.Dec.
Average Precipitation (in.)1.21.52.52.85.64.42.82.53.53.11.61.3
Average Snowfall (in.)332<0.500000<0.512
Average Rel. Hum. 6 a.m. (%)787876778484818182797877
Average Rel. Hum. 3 p.m. (%)535247465251464447464852

Source: National Climatic Data Center, International Station Meteorological Climate Summary