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Additional Weather Information for Reardan, WA

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Reardan, Washington, experiences a continental climate with four distinct seasons. Located in the eastern part of the state, Reardan is subject to a semi-arid environment with moderate temperature variations throughout the year. Here is a description of the annual weather patterns in Reardan:


1. Spring (March to May): Spring in Reardan is characterized by gradually increasing temperatures and longer days. March can still have some cooler temperatures with occasional snowfall, while April and May witness more pleasant weather. Average temperatures range from the 40s°F (single digits to teens °C) in March to the 60s°F (15-20°C) in May. Precipitation levels are moderate during this season, with some rain showers and occasional thunderstorms.


2. Summer (June to August): Summers in Reardan are generally warm and dry, with occasional hot spells. Average daytime temperatures range from the 70s°F (20-25°C) to the 90s°F (30-35°C), with occasional days exceeding 100°F (38°C). The region receives limited rainfall during this season, and clear skies are common. The arid conditions make irrigation essential for agriculture and gardening.


3. Autumn (September to November): Autumn in Reardan brings cooler temperatures and changing foliage colors. September often retains some summer-like warmth, gradually transitioning to cooler conditions in October and November. Average temperatures range from the 60s°F (15-20°C) in September to the 40s°F (single digits to teens °C) in November. Precipitation levels increase during this season, with occasional rain showers and some windy days.


4. Winter (December to February): Winters in Reardan are cold, with occasional snowfall and freezing temperatures. Average daytime temperatures range from the 30s°F (around 0°C) to the 40s°F (single digits to teens °C), while nighttime temperatures often drop below freezing. December and January tend to be the coldest months. Snowfall can vary, but the region generally experiences a few snowstorms during the season, with accumulations that can last for several days.


It's important to note that weather patterns can vary from year to year, and extreme weather events such as heatwaves or heavy snowstorms may occur occasionally. It is advisable to refer to local weather forecasts for the most accurate and up-to-date information.



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