The following weather charts compares the weather of Las Vegas against Los Angeles.
The first weather graph displays the day time maximum average temperature, the second shows the average night time minimum and the final bar chart indicates the number of wet days per month. These weather charts visually compare the weather of Las Vegas to the weather of Los Angeles to provide assistance when planning a holiday or visit.
The monthly average maximum temperature of Los Angeles compared to Las Vegas
Los Angeles climate is pleasantly warm all year round with the daytime maximum temperature varying by only 5°C throughout the year. Las Vegas maximum temperature follows that of a inland desert region with cold winters and extremely hot dry summers.
The monthly average amount of rain that falls on Las Vegas compared to Los Angeles
Both Los Angeles and Las Vegas are drying locations receiving minimal rain fall throughout the year. The majority of the rain Los Angeles expeiences falls during the winter months but this is significantly less than most other cities.
The minimum temperature of Los Angeles compared Las Vegas average temperature
Los Angeles nighttime minimum temperature remains almost consistent throughout the year while Las Vegas has hot summer nights and surprisingly cold winter nights.
Los Angeles enjoys beautiful weather almost year-round, although summers can be quite hot. The average high temperatures in July and August are 86 and 84 degrees Fahrenheit respectively, while the average lows are 66 and 63 degrees. However, coastal areas tend to be cooler than inland areas, so residents often escape the heat by heading to the beach.
September and October are usually the most pleasant months of the year, with average highs of 79 and 77 degrees and average lows of 62 and 60 degrees. November through February is the rainy season, but even then rainfall is relatively light, averaging less than five inches per month. And of course, winters are basically snow-free. So whether you're a sun worshipper or a beach bum, you'll find the perfect weather in Los Angeles.
Las Vegas is located in the Mojave Desert, which means that it experiences hot, dry summers and mild winters. However, because Las Vegas is located at a high elevation, the temperatures are generally not as extreme as they would be at lower elevations. The average summer temperature is around 90 degrees Fahrenheit, but it can occasionally reach 110 degrees or more.
In the winter, Las Vegas' temperature is around 60 degrees Fahrenheit, but it can even dip below freezing on occasion. However, because of the desert climate, the winters are generally much milder than those in other parts of the country. Las Vegas also has an average of 310 sunny days per year.
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