Austin climate guide

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Temperature in Austin (°C)

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Max temperature (daytime)
15°C maximum daytime temperature in January in Austin15
17°C maximum daytime temperature in February in Austin17
22°C maximum daytime temperature in March in Austin22
26°C maximum daytime temperature in April in Austin26
29°C maximum daytime temperature in May in Austin29
33°C maximum daytime temperature in June in Austin33
35°C maximum daytime temperature in July in Austin35
35°C maximum daytime temperature in August in Austin35
32°C maximum daytime temperature in September in Austin32
28°C maximum daytime temperature in October in Austin28
22°C maximum daytime temperature in November in Austin22
17°C maximum daytime temperature in December in Austin17
Min temperature (night-time)
3°C minimum night-time temperature in January in Austin3
5°C minimum night-time temperature in February in Austin5
10°C minimum night-time temperature in March in Austin10
15°C minimum night-time temperature in April in Austin15
19°C minimum night-time temperature in May in Austin19
22°C minimum night-time temperature in June in Austin22
23°C minimum night-time temperature in July in Austin23
23°C minimum night-time temperature in August in Austin23
20°C minimum night-time temperature in September in Austin20
15°C minimum night-time temperature in October in Austin15
9°C minimum night-time temperature in November in Austin9
5°C minimum night-time temperature in December in Austin5

Sunshine & Daylight in Austin

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Daily hours of sunshine
Daily hours of daylight
10 hours of daylight per day in January in Austin10
11 hours of daylight per day in February in Austin11
12 hours of daylight per day in March in Austin12
13 hours of daylight per day in April in Austin13
14 hours of daylight per day in May in Austin14
14 hours of daylight per day in June in Austin14
14 hours of daylight per day in July in Austin14
13 hours of daylight per day in August in Austin13
12 hours of daylight per day in September in Austin12
11 hours of daylight per day in October in Austin11
11 hours of daylight per day in November in Austin11
10 hours of daylight per day in December in Austin10

Rainfall in Austin

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
Number of days with some rain
7 days with some rainfall in January in Austin7
7 days with some rainfall in February in Austin7
7 days with some rainfall in March in Austin7
7 days with some rainfall in April in Austin7
9 days with some rainfall in May in Austin9
7 days with some rainfall in June in Austin7
5 days with some rainfall in July in Austin5
5 days with some rainfall in August in Austin5
8 days with some rainfall in September in Austin8
7 days with some rainfall in October in Austin7
7 days with some rainfall in November in Austin7
7 days with some rainfall in December in Austin7
Average monthly rainfall (mm)
44 mm monthly rainfall in January in Austin44
61 mm monthly rainfall in February in Austin61
47 mm monthly rainfall in March in Austin47
70 mm monthly rainfall in April in Austin70
114 mm monthly rainfall in May in Austin114
89 mm monthly rainfall in June in Austin89
42 mm monthly rainfall in July in Austin42
52 mm monthly rainfall in August in Austin52
90 mm monthly rainfall in September in Austin90
87 mm monthly rainfall in October in Austin87
57 mm monthly rainfall in November in Austin57
53 mm monthly rainfall in December in Austin53

More climate for Austin

  Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
UV Index (Maximum)
UV (maximum) index 4 (Moderate) in January in Austin4
UV (maximum) index 6 (High) in February in Austin6
UV (maximum) index 8 (Very High) in March in Austin8
UV (maximum) index 9 (Very High) in April in Austin9
UV (maximum) index 10 (Very High) in May in Austin10
UV (maximum) index 11 (Extreme) in June in Austin11
UV (maximum) index 11 (Extreme) in July in Austin11
UV (maximum) index 10 (Very High) in August in Austin10
UV (maximum) index 9 (Very High) in September in Austin9
UV (maximum) index 7 (High) in October in Austin7
UV (maximum) index 5 (Moderate) in November in Austin5
UV (maximum) index 4 (Moderate) in December in Austin4
Heat & Humidity
No heat & humidity in January in Austin0
No heat & humidity in February in Austin0
No heat & humidity in March in Austin0
Low heat & humidity in April in AustinL
Moderate heat & humidity in May in AustinM
Very high heat & humidity in June in AustinVH
Very high heat & humidity in July in AustinVH
Very high heat & humidity in August in AustinVH
High heat & humidity in September in AustinH
Low heat & humidity in October in AustinL
No heat & humidity in November in Austin0
No heat & humidity in December in Austin0

Note: 0 = None, L = Low, M = Moderate, H = High, VH = Very high, E = Extreme

What's the climate like in Austin?

Austin has a temperate climate with hot summers and some rainfall in all months.

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The climate guide for Austin, Texas shows long term monthly weather averages processed from data supplied by CRU (University of East Anglia), the Met Office & the Netherlands Meteorological Institute. Find out more about our data sources.

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