The ideal Sequim weather tops the long list of reasons why so many decide to move to this beautiful location on the Olympic Peninsula. When looking at the state of Washington’s “comfort index” for weather, Sequim scores a very high 7.2 out of 10. This is not surprising since the average annual rainfall for Sequim hovers at 15 inches. This low rainfall is about the same as Los Angeles, California, but without the oppressive heat. In fact, the temperatures in Sequim stay mild, especially in summer. The high in July is around 70 degrees and August and September are also very pleasant months in Sequim.
The area’s topography explains the wonderful Sequim weather conditions. Nestled along the Dungeness River near the base of the Olympic Mountains with the Straits of Juan de Fuca along the coastline. This location places Sequim in the sweet spot called the Olympic Rain Shadow. Surrounded by some of the wettest temperate rainforests in Washington state, Sequim has earned the title of the “Blue Hole.”
Sequim residents love that they can enjoy all the great outdoor activities the region has to offer year-round. Go hiking, biking, running, golfing and kayaking, even in the winter months when living in Sequim. Come out to visit this charming town and experience the amazing Sequim weather your self. Contact our friendly brokers at Schwab Realty and let’s find your new dream home in sunny Sequim.