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Havasupai Weather

Canyon Temperatures (degrees in fahrenheit)

Month
Avg High
Avg Low
January
53°
27°
February
60°
32°
March
67°
37°
April
75°
43°
May
86°
50°
June
96°
60°
July
100°
72°
August
99°
70°
September
89°
59°
October
78°
47°
November
64°
35°
December
53°
27°

These are averaged temperatures. Trail temperatures during summer can be extreme, reaching 110+ degrees. Humidity is extremely low and visitors are cautioned to use their energy carefully.

Take all the water you can!

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Flash Flooding

Flash flooding occurs from time to time in the canyon. In 2008 a powerful flash flood carved out two new waterfalls and left an old one completely dry. Flash floods happen some summers during the monsoon season - July through September.

Warning systems are in place and during the last flood, all visitors were safely evacuated. Before the flood arrived, all campers were advised during the night to move to higher ground - this action was taken by the rangers in coordination with the tribe to ensure everyone's safety.
     
2008 Havasupai Flood