Spokane Valley Washington Weather
The weather in Spokane is far too cold at this time of year for travelers to be pleasantly warm. The warmest times of the year are generally during the summer months, when the peak is 91.3 degrees. (32.9 degrees), with temperatures rarely dropping below 57.4 degrees at night.
The coldest day of the year is December 30, with an average low of 26C and a high of 35C. Normally, the snow falls from the mountains to the valley in the winter months, but at least some snow falls in the spring and summer months, and the snowiest time of the year lasts 4 months. It starts on June 7 and lasts 4-1 month, ends on October 10; the snow period this year lasted 4 + 0 months and ends on November 10 at the end of October.
If you're looking for a very warm time to visit Spokane, the hottest months are July, August and then June; if dry weather is all you're after, then it's July - August and then September. During the year, temperatures typically vary between 26AdegF and 88AdgF, but rarely exceed 11AdgeF (97AdegaF) and feel cold for about half a year in view of the humidity.
The hottest day of the year is August 3, with an average high of 88C and a low of 57C. The hottest time of year to visit Spokane Valley (based on this value) is from mid-July to mid-August.
Accommodation and other accommodations may cost more than usual, but you can save by buying well in advance. June through August is Spokane's busiest tourist season, followed by August through August. Prices for hotels and flights are the most expensive during this time, with an average cost of $1,500 per person per day, or $2,000 for a family of four.
According to our tourism test, the best time of year to visit Spokane Valley for a family of four or two is from early July to mid-August.
Based on these values, the best time of year to visit Spokane Valley for a family of four is from early July to mid-August. When the first spring blooms appear in Spokane Valley, weather forecasts say they may appear in late July or early August just because of the increasing number of days.
The shortest day is 2021, the longest days are 2018, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023, 2024, 2025 and 2026. The earliest sunrise is on June 15 at 4: 50 p.m., the earliest sunset is on December 10 at 3: 56 p.m., a later sunrise on July 1, 2018 at 5: 30 a.m. and an early sunset on August 31, 2017 at 6: 45 p.m. Late sunsets are on October 2, 2016 at 3 pm, 5 pm on the same day as early sunrise on November 2 and December 1. Early sunlight is 3 am and 4 am on January 1 and March 1; late sunrises in June, July and August are 2 am, 4 pm, 6 pm and 7 pm.
The growing season in Spokane Valley lasts 5-6 months (171 days) and rarely ends between September 24 and November 3. When a day is wet, the wet season lasts 7-7 months, rarely from 6 April to 16 May and ends on 7 November in autumn. Daylight saving time (Daylight Savings Time) is observed from 14 March in spring and lasts 7 to 8 months.
Although temperatures typically vary considerably from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly, so while temperatures can fall at night, sweltering days typically follow sweltering nights. The wettest month is January (73%), and the wettest months are August (60%) and September (55%). The perceived humidity in Spokane Valley varies significantly, with the percentage of time that humidity levels (measured by the percentage of time that humidity and comfort are muggy, oppressive, or miserable) remaining virtually constant at 0%.
The cold season lasts 3-4 months, the hot one 2-7 months, the hottest one lasts between 2 and 6 months and the coldest one between 1 and 3 months.
The rainy season lasts 11 months, with 31 days of precipitation from January 1st to November 21st, the last day of October to December 31st. Most rainfall falls are during the rainy season, in the form of 31 days around 21 November, and most snowfalls fall during the winter season, with 30 days in December and 31 days from 2 January to 3 January.
At the upper end of the mountain there tends to be colder, drier snow, but it rained a bit at the end of December and a bit of snow at the beginning of January. Note: A value of 0.0 in the snow curve below may mean that no snow is lying or is not reported. In recent weeks, no snowfalls above 3 cm have been reported, and there has only been one report of rain.