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Weather in Joshua Tree

Joshua Tree National Park has an arid desert climate. It is dry year-round, with occasional, brief thunderstorms occurring in late summer. Summer days are extremely hot and often windy. For this reason, the summer is the park’s off-season. Winter temperatures are pleasant during the day, although it can get cold at night. There can be occasional light snow at the highest elevations of the park. Spring and fall bring warm days and pleasant nights.

Averages and Records at Joshua Tree

MonthAvg HighAvg LowRecord HighRecord LowAvg Precip
January643685130.52
February693990180.61
March754395230.45
April8349102240.13
May9157112330.09
June10165117430.01
July10671118530.48
August10470115520.81
September9764114380.40
October8652106240.20
November724192140.20
December643592100.58

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

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