Palm Desert California Weather
Most people consider the weather in Palm Desert, California, one of the most beautiful places in the United States. There is plenty of sun, wind, rain, snow and snowfall, but what sets it apart from the rest of California is its climate.
According to this value, the warmest time to visit the palm desert is the end of May to the end of September. If you are looking for dry weather, it is June, May and April, and if you are looking for a very cool time of year to visit the palm desert, the hottest months are July, August and September, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Precipitation in Palm Springs in May is almost non-existent (0.15 inches), and in fact there is usually less than one-fifth of an inch of precipitation for the entire month of May. The average rainfall in Palm Springs in July is less than a third of that, with 0 to 19 inches.
Rainfall in Palm Springs is also very limited, so reliable sunshine is almost guaranteed. In the palm desert, there is only about one to three centimetres of sunshine per year, and the probability of a few centimetres of rain in a single day is very low. During the year, there must be no more than 1.5 to 2 inches (1 to 3 inches) of sunshine per day, which is roughly the average for the rest of the state of California.
Air quality in Palm Springs is generally good, as the mountains are a barrier preventing smog from entering the Palm Desert from the Los Angeles Basin.
To describe how pleasant the weather in the palm desert is all year round, we have calculated two travel values. Based on these values, the probability of palm desert being visited for general outdoor activities is high. The best time to visit the palm desert for outdoor activities is from the end of May to the end of September, based on the beach pool result. There is also a good chance to visit the palm desert in the summer months of June, July, August, September and October, and the end of August to mid-September, based on the results of the beach pools. The worst time to visit the palm desert during these months is late April to early May.
For the purposes of this report, the geographical coordinates of the Palm Desert are located 2 km south of Los Angeles. The day's maximum temperature will be 20 degrees, with the highest temperature in two weeks (23 degrees) expected in the afternoon of Tuesday 22. This shows that the average minimum temperature is 7 degrees and will drop to 6 degrees on Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th, and then to 5 degrees on Friday 25th.
Given the humidity, the temperature feels hot for half the year, but the surrounding mountains form a thermal belt , which results in a temperature difference of 2-3 degrees between the average temperature and the minimum temperature. The Coachella Valley National Wildlife Refuge is located in the North Palm Desert, and south of it is Palm Springs Desert National Park, a national park with a total area of 1.5 million acres.
Even in the cooler months, very little rain falls in the Palm Springs area, and rainfall is almost non-existent. Humidity is low all year round, reflecting the fact that the average annual rainfall for the entire area of the palm desert is limited to 5-8 inches, with the rainfall not even approx. In recent years, there has been a slight increase in rainfall from 1.5-2 inches per year to 3-4 inches in some years. This is the first time in more than a decade that Palm Beach County has had two consecutive years of less than an inch of rain, totaling about two inches.
During the year we experience slight seasonal fluctuations, with average annual rainfall in some years ranging from 1.5 to 4 inches.
August is the hottest month in the palm desert with an average temperature of 26-15 degrees, but January is colder, and December, January and February have their coldest average temperatures. May brought a few days that in May for the first time exceeded the 100 F mark, as the Palm Springs weather records show. If the current forecast holds, we will land at 149 degrees Fahrenheit, the highest temperature for May since records began in Palm Beach County. The Palm Desert is one of the warmest and driest places in Southern California with an average annual temperature of 14 to 18 degrees.
The Palm Desert has 51869 inhabitants at 45F, which is 67 m above sea level and at an altitude of 2843 m. It is located in the southernmost part of Palm Springs County, about 60 miles south of the city. Shadow Mountain is the highest point in Palm Beach County and the second highest in Southern California, followed by Green Mountain. The Palm Springs Unified School District is the northernmost part of the Palm Desert. There are no primary or secondary schools because there is no sand, but students can attend a variety of private and public schools as well as some private colleges and universities.