Minnesota's Capital Weather
In southeast Minnesota sits the state capital, Saint Paul. With an annual average of 50.6 inches of snow, the winter climate here is cold and long. Don't let the colder weather fool you though because the summer season is warm and humid. January has on average 11 days out of the month with 10 inches of snow on the ground so bring your snow shovel. It is not uncommon for the city to have snow packed up ten inches deep or more from November to April. January's temperature is a freezing 6 degrees with a high of only 23 degrees Fahrenheit. December and February are almost as cold each with temperatures ranging from 7 -31 degrees. July is the warmest month in Saint Paul with a daily average of 83 degrees and a high humidity level 33% of the time. The muggy weather lasts 3.3 months out of the year here with a tapering off period in the fall when the cooler climate arrives. October is a very pleasant 41 degrees as a low and only reaches 59 degrees for an afternoon high. November on the other hand is a little bit on the colder side so grab a jacket. November's average low is on the chilly side at 27 degrees and only makes it to 42 degrees in the afternoon highs.