Weather in Snowflake, Arizona
If you’re interested in moving to the area and you’re wanting to know more about the weather here in Snowflake Arizona than this page has just the information you’re looking for. Read on to learn more about each of our seasons along with some answers to a few frequently asked questions as well.
Winters in the town of Snowflake are on the mild side.
While some winter nights will dip into the low teens, even single digits on rare occasions, most winter nights average in the 30’s and 40’s.
Daytime temperature averages are 50 to 60 degrees most days, with colder days in the 30’s and 40’s .
Most people find that winter days are comfortable, yet chilly, as long as you have a coat or jacket you are fine. That being said, some prefer a pair of thermal underclothing to keep well insulated while others can do fine with jeans and a long shirt.
If you enjoy mild winters then Snowflake, Arizona might be the place for your new home.
Does it snow?
Yes – Snowflake lives up to its name! Making it that much more of a wonderful place.
Snowfall here is light and not overwhelming though. You can expect to see a little snow anytime between November and March with December and January averaging the most, just 4 inches a month.
How do people heat their homes?
Many of the homes in town run electric HVAC units or natural gas furnaces. Those that live outside of town, without access to natural gas use either electric HVAC units, propane furnaces or wood burning stoves.
Does it get hot?
Snowflake is in what’s considered a high desert but unlike low desert areas it does not get real hot here
July has the highest temperature average of 90 degrees.
Springtime in Snowflake is amazing! In early spring all the Willow trees begin to come alive first followed by the lush Cottonwoods.
Unlike most of the deserts in Arizona Snowflake does in fact experience fall months.
Throught September and October you will feel more of a chill in the air. The daytime temperature in these months average 85 degrees with nighttime lows of 40 to 45 degrees.