Mary Overturf, Home Buyer in

What is the year round climate in ST. George UT?

Asked by Mary Overturf, Thu Jul 10, 2008

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The fastrest way to get the weather information about St george is to Go to http://www.windermeresouthland.com and click on weather
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Hi Mary, I've lived in St. George for 11 years and to tell you the truth the first year I was here I thought I would die. Literally!! My car's A/C had quite working and I didn't have the money then to fix it. But then the fall and winter came and until the following June - July I thought I was in heaven. This is absolutely the best place to live. We wear sweaters in the winter, and stay inside on those hots summer days. But this past week we've had a lot of thunder storm and the quality of life just makes up for those two hot months. Are you considering a move? If so and you need some help, please don't hesitate to call, or you can visit my website at http://leannwalters.com and it will allow you to have complete up to date information from our local MLS and I have some other very good links to a lot of local information. All my contact information is there on the site so call if you need anything and make it a great day!
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For further information about St George area, the climate, etc, go to: http://www.stgeorgehomescene.com/explore.htm and click on the links at the bottom of the page and you'll find an extensive area guide to answer most all your questions. Debbie did a good job with her
descriptions of the area.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 10, 2008
The city's scenery and location along the major artery of Interstate 15 between San Diego and Salt Lake City make St. George a central location for travelers and commerce alike.

Known as "Utah's Dixie", St George Utah has a temperate climate. Mild winter weather makes it an ideal setting for Utah golf courses - Saint George is home to 10 of them!

The city also serves as a major gateway to nearby Zion National Park. Dixie College, the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm and many other attractions are on the "must see" list for the region. The Dixie Center hosts major concerts, conventions and other events.

As a main destination, or as a base for exploring a nearby ghost town or scenic park, St. George is one of Utah's top travel destinations!

St. George is all about the great outdoors. St. George's climate is an attraction in its own right. There are over 300 days of sunshine per year, with average summer temperatures around 100 and average winter temperatures at 55 degrees.

Here is further information regarding St George, UT & all are close by.

Snow Canyon State Park
Red Navajo sandstone layered with black lava rock makes Snow Canyon a double treat.

Zion National Park
Utah's oldest national park, designated in 1919, Zion's soaring towers and monoliths offer a quiet grandeur.

Red Mountain Spa
Choose Your Own Adventure. Red Mountain is an extraordinary adult adventure, fitness, health and luxury destination located in Southwestern Utah, approximately 90 minutes northeast of Las Vegas.

Brian Head - Ski, Board, Bike
Conveniently located approximately 90 minutes north of St. George via Interstate 15 and State Highway 143, this area gets over 400 inches of snowfall annually. Brian Head Resort has 500 skiable acres, 53 runs, a 1,707 ft. vertical drop, plenty of backcountry and a lift-assisted tubing park.

Coral Canyon Golf Course
Set amidst the beauty and splendor of neighboring Zion National Park, and Pine Valley Mountain, Coral Canyon was designed to provide a rare opportunity for players to enjoy luxurious golf on the doorstep to some of the world's most famed natural wonders. Other nearby attractions include the North Rim of the Grand Canyon, and Bryce Canyon National Park.

Entrada Golf Course
This spectacular Johnny Miller Signature Golf Course built upon 710 acres of strikingly beautiful southwest Utah desert was recently named by Golf Digest as one of the "Top Ten New Upscale Golf Courses".

Dixie State College
Meeting the educational, technical and vocational needs of its community, Dixie State offers four-year baccalaureate programs as well as several other degrees.

Year-Round Championship Golf
St. George is home to numerous golf courses promising to challenge any golfer.

Broadway In The Desert
Tuacahn Amphitheater & Performing Arts School

Dixie Center
The Dixie Center Hosts major concerts, conventions and other events.

Coyote Gulch Art Village
A growing enclave of art galleries, studios, café, gift and coffee shop. Coyote Gulch Art Village is open to the public and everyone is welcome.

If you have any further questions regarding St George UT, please feel free to contact me.....Debbie Estes
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Jul 10, 2008
Because of the city's low elevation and southerly location, St. George is the hottest part of the state, with maximum daily July temperatures averaging about 102°F (39°C). In winter, temperatures frequently drop below freezing overnight (due to radiational cooling resulting from low humidity), but temperatures warm into the 50s°F (low 10s°C) during the day.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._George,_Utah#Climate
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