Waco Texas weather is humid subtropical with hot summers. It is a continental type climate characterized by extreme variations in temperature. April and May are the wettest months, while the July-August period is the driest. Most warm season rainfall occurs from thunderstorm activity. Winters are mild. Cold fronts moving down from the High Plains often are accompanied by strong, gusty, northerly winds and sharp drops in temperature. Cold spells are of short duration, rarely lasting longer than 2 or 3 days before a rapid warming occurs. Winter precipitation may fall as rain, freezing rain, sleet or snow. During most years, snowfall is of little or no consequence.
Daytime temperatures are hot in summer, particularly in July and August. The highest temperatures are associated with fair skies and light winds. There is little variety in the day-to-day weather during July and August. Air conditioning is recommended for maximum comfort indoors or while traveling. Temperatures are comfortable. Cloudiness and showers are more frequent in the spring than in the fall. On average, there are 230 sunny days per year. The July high is around 95 degrees. The January low is 34. The spring and fall seasons are very pleasant at Waco.
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