Weather in Death Valley
Death Valley National Park is famous for its weather, and its named is derived from its effects. The park is extremely dry all year. The summer sees very high temperatures, some of the highest ever recorded on the planet. Exertion of any type during the heat of the day is strongly discouraged. The winter months have generally cool and pleasant days and because of this are the park’s period of highest visitation. Snow occurs on the mountain peaks, while occasional thunderstorms drop incredibly rare water.
Averages and Records at Death Valley
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All temperatures are reported in Fahrenheit. All precipitation is reported in inches.
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