Vadnais Heights Minnesota Weather
To describe how pleasant the weather was in Vadnais Heights this year, I calculated two travel values for each city in the Twin Cities area.
At the upper end of the mountain range, colder, drier snow tends to fall, but at least some snow. The actual depth of fresh snow is typically less than 1 inch, or about 1.5 inches, provided the ground is frozen. Wet days are more likely to be distinguished by the number of inches of rain and the amount of snow in the air than by the total amount.
Temperatures typically vary between 9AdegF and 82AdgF throughout the year, but are rarely below 11AdegaF or above 90AdgeF. On weekdays the average temperature is 8degrees. (-2.5 degrees Celsius) to 10 ADeg F (+ 2 degrees C).
The coldest day of the year is January 22, with an average low of 9C and a high of 24C. The hottest day of the year was July 18, with an average high of 82 and a low of 64. This muggy time of year lasts 3-3 months, with a level of comfort that is raided, oppressive and miserable. In addition, the cold season lasts 3 to 3 months, with average highs in the mid-20s and average lows between -2 and -4C.
The bright period of the year lasts 3-5 months, with average highs in the mid-20s and average lows between -2 and -4C. The dark period this year lasts 3 to 4 months with an average high of -3 to -5C and a low of + 1 to + 3.5. The brightest period this year lasts 2 to 3 months.
Due to the growing degree days alone, the first spring blooms on the Vadnais Heights, when they appear, can appear in March or as late as May. Based on our tourism score the best time of year to visit VADNAIS Heights Is late June to early September, with average highs of -3 to -5C and average lows of -2 to -4C based on this value. The best times to visit the Vadsnas are, in terms of weather conditions, the end of May to the end of July and the beginning of August and the end of August to the middle of September.
The earliest sunrise is on June 15 at 5: 24 a.m., the shortest day is December 21 and the earliest sunset is on December 9 at 4: 30 p.m. The longest days are from the end of July to the beginning of August, with average highs of -3 to -5 degrees and average lows of + 2 to + 4 degrees. Late sunsets are between 4 and 6 p.m. in June, July, August and September. Early sunrises are from 5 a.m. to 6 a.m., September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, June and July; late sunrises from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., late afternoon and early evening.
The clear part of the year in the Vadnais Heights starts on June 10th and lasts 4.2 months until October 17th. The rainy season lasts 5.8 months when one day is wet. In autumn, daylight ends on November 7 and summer time (summer time) is observed from spring (March 14) and lasts 7 to 8 months. The growing season at VADNAIS Altitudes rarely begins on 7 April or 12 May and ends between 21 September and 29 October. If so, it lasts from 1 April to 30 June, with average highs of -3 to -5 degrees and average lows of + 2 to + 4 degrees.
While temperatures typically vary significantly from night to day, dew points tend to change more slowly. While temperatures can drop at night, sweltering days are usually followed by sweltering nights and vice versa.
The quietest day of the year is August 1, with the strongest winds in the South West with maximum speeds of 55 km / h and lows of 35 km / h. The wind is most likely to blow from the southwest, east and north - east, south to west and west to north.
The best time to visit Vadnais Heights for hot weather activities is from early July to mid-August, according to the survey. The warm season lasts 3 - 9 months and the windy period of the year lasts 7 - 7.9 months, with the warmest days in summer and the coldest nights.
The cloud cover falls linearly and amounts to 10% on a clear sky and 15 - 20% on a cloudy sky. The sky is about 0.5mm above or below the average in Vadnais Heights and about 5-8mm or 2-3 inches above the area's mean, according to the survey.
The temperature on the beach and in the pool is 0.0 for a perceived temperature of 65 AdegF and rises linearly to 9.75 to 10.82 AdgF. Tourism temperature values are 0 for perceived temperatures of 50Adagf and rise linearly to 1.5 Adegf to 5.1 Adgf, fall linearly to 3.8 AdagF, 1 - 4.4AdgeF hotter and 2.6 - 7.2Adigf hotter. Beach and pool temperature The values for the beach, pool and hot tub are 1, whereby the values rise linearly to 8.7 AdgeGF (10 - 15AdegaF) and 9 - 20AdeGf (20 - 30AdefF) and are 1-4.3 AdegaGF hotter.