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St. George Real Estate

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St. George, Utah Weather

Need southern Utah weather and climate information? This page contains the average temperatures, elevation, and high/low for St. George, Utah.

The climate in St. George is semi-arid with two separate rainfall seasons in the early spring and late summer which average about eight inches of annual precipitation. Although average maximum temperatures for the summer months are between 95 and 101 degrees Fahrenheit, the low humidity makes these temperatures agreeable. 

The Southern Utah climate features bright sunshine, small annual precipitation, clean air and a wide daily temperature range. Another attractive feature is mild winters with infrequent traces of snowfall which rarely stays on the ground more than a day. 

St. George lies in the high desert at an elevation of 2800 feet. Within 20 miles north and west of the city are the Pine Valley Mountains (10,000 feet) and the Beaver Dam Mountains (7,000) offering cool mountain climate during the summer. St. George's climate is an attraction in its own right. It has become a green oasis in the desert, and the combination of the warm, dry winter climate and natural beauty of the setting draws both new residents and tourists to the area.

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