Monthly weather forecast and climate
Capitol Reef National Park, UT

Natural sandstone formation in the Cathedral Wash, within the Capitol Reef National Park in Utah, USA, with a distant view of the hills and the blue sky
Natural sandstone formation in the Cathedral Wash, within the Capitol Reef National Park in Utah, USA, with a distant view of the hills and the blue sky

What is the coldest month in Capitol Reef National Park?

With an average high-temperature of 37.4°F (3°C) and an average low-temperature of 8.6°F (-13°C), January is the coldest month in Capitol Reef National Park.

How many days does it rain in Capitol Reef National Park?

In Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, during the entire year, the rain falls for 79 days, and collects up to 8" (203mm) of precipitation.

What is the driest month in Capitol Reef National Park?

Months with the least rainfall in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, are February and April Rain falls for 6 days and accumulates 0.4" (10mm) of rain.

What is the warmest month in Capitol Reef National Park?

July is the warmest month in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah, with an average high-temperature of 86°F (30°C) and an average low-temperature of 51.8°F (11°C).

What is the rainiest month in Capitol Reef National Park?

August is the month with the most rainfall in Capitol Reef National Park, Utah. Rain falls for 8 days and accumulates 1.4" (35mm) of precipitation.
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