Climate for Austin Texas

Austin Texas is located in the Southern Part of the United States. To the west the elevation increases while to the east the elevation slopes down towards the Gulf of Mexico.

Temperatures for Austin Texas:
January through February the normal temperatures range from the 40’s during the evening to the 60’s during the day. March shows a slight warming trend as the averages are in the 50’s during the evening and the days warm into the 70’s. April through May as spring continues the temps warm again with the daytime averages being around the 80’s while nighttime conditions drop into the 60’s. June through September is considered to be the warmest time of the year for Austin as temps warm to the upper 90’s during July and overnight lows cool on average into the 70’s. October marks the transition towards cooler temps as the average high temps drop into the 80’s while the average lows fall into the 60’s. November and December mark the beginning of the cold period for this region as daytime temps average around the 60-70’s and overnight lows fall into the 40-50’s on average.

Moisture for Austin Texas:
During the months of January through April, Austin sees an average of 2-4inches of rainfall. May marks one of the wettest months on average for Austin with amounts ranging from 4-6inches. June shows a slow transition to a drier period as average rainfall amounts drop to around 3-5inches. July by far is the driest month on average for Austin where total amounts of rainfall on average are around 1inch or less. August to September mark an increase in average precipitation as amounts range between 2-4inches. October would be the fall wet season as average rainfall amounts increase to around 3-5inches again. November and December the average precipitation amounts drop back to around 2-4inches.

Snowfall Activity for Austin Texas:
Austin does see periods of snowfall most commonly during the months of December and January.