Wondering what to expect from Greater Palm Springs’ weather? The answer is that it all depends on when you are visiting. The Coachella Valley is famous for its temperate winters and 300-plus days of sunshine, but there are a few other good things to know about Mother Nature when you’re planning what to pack.
Palm Springs Average Weather Conditions
In the coolest of the winter months, Greater Palm Springs is warm and mild during the day with pleasingly cool evenings. What you can count on is plenty of sun and blue skies, giving the oasis one of the most beautiful winter climates you will find anywhere.
Springtime brings slightly warmer temperatures, with reliable “swimming” weather and gorgeous sunshiny days. Temperatures may range from the high 70s to mid-80s, a perfect scenario for golf, tennis and exploring the beauty that surrounds.
July, August and September are usually the warmest months in Greater Palm Springs with daily temperatures that can hit the low triple digits. Early morning and evening temperatures might dip to the 70-degree range, making for great morning hiking and biking and idyllic patio dinners under a mister. It is the perfect time to take advantage of luxury savings on everything, from resorts to golf.
Some might say that our Fall resembles other destinations’ summers. Bright blue skies with temperatures that range from the 70s to around 90 degrees are common, although nights in later fall can require a sweater! It is our “secret” season to visit, but we’re sharing it with you.