Port Angeles Weather
Port Angeles' geography makes it ideally suited to those who love the outdoors! From golfing to gardening, weather seldom interferes. The region offers incomparable recreation opportunities for year-round activities. Port Angeles enjoys a coastal climate and is mild throughout the year.
On average, temperatures range from the 30s in winter months to the 70s in the summer months. Average rain fall is 25 inches per year for Port Angeles.
Our weather can change throughout the day....from full sunshine to famous Pacific Northwest rain showers.
For a specific forecast, please click photo to see satellite view of incoming weather systems courtesy of KOMO 4 News. Tune to KONP Radio 1450 AM, or 102.1 FM on your radio dial for current weather information and road conditions.
Port Angeles enjoys a coastal climate and is mild throughout the year. On average, temperatures range from the 30s in winter months to the 70s in the summer months. Average rain fall is 25 inches per year for Port Angeles.
The weather of Port Angeles is impacted by two major natural features; water and mountains. The water, which nearly surrounds the area, keeps the temperature amazingly temperate on a year-round basis. Seldom does it get real cold, and almost all summer is considered sweater weather.
The Olympic Mountains also play a big role in influencing the weather. Because they rise over 7,000 feet and are south and west of Port Angeles, the mountains create a rain shadow effect on the Port Angeles / Sequim region.
This combination of comfortable temperatures and a reasonable amount of rain, makes it not only ideal for human beings but plants love it too, which is why flowers, gardening, and boutique farming are becoming so popular in this area.
Source: Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce
WebCam View the website to see an area webcam of Port Angeles and the surrounding areas, courtesy of the Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce.
Source: Port Angeles Regional Chamber of Commerce
Contrary to popular belief - it does not rain all the time in Port Angeles. In comparison to other cities in the area, Port Angeles has less rain than you might think!