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Weather in Bryce Canyon

The visited portion of Bryce Canyon ranges in elevation from 8,000 to nearly 10,000 feet. Summer days are usually warm and nights are cool. Afternoon thunderstorms are common in late summer. Spring and fall weather is highly variable with days of snow or days of strong sun. Cold winter days are warmed by high altitude sun and dry climate. Winter nights are very cold. March is the snowiest month, but snow can occur October through April. Average yearly snowfall is 95 inches. Strong winds are also common along the canyon rim.

Averages and Records at Bryce Canyon

MonthAvg HighAvg LowRecord HighRecord LowAvg Precip
January34959-260.91
February371264-261.10
March421867-111.10
April512475-30.71
May613285130.67
June734092210.47
July784798281.02
August764590231.54
September683786161.26
October57277901.38
November421868-120.94
December351060-230.83

All temperatures are reported in Fahrenheit. All precipitation is reported in inches.

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