Sedona, Arizona has a Mediterranean weather & climate with dry hot summers and mild winters. Weather and climate in Sedona is very comfortable all year and depending upon the purpose of your visit general clothing is all that is required. Day time highs are most comfortable during spring and fall when high temperatures range is around 75 degrees F. The nights in the spring and fall have temperatures dropping to about 45 degrees F.
During the summer months, the temperatures range in the 90 -100 degrees F. However, again the evenings cool quickly to a temperature in the 50 – 60 degrees F.
Winter temperatures from December through early February will average in the low 50 – 60 degrees F, but again with nighttime lows can get quite cold and below freezing. Sedona receives snow in the winter, but normally it does not amount to a lot and melts quickly. However, if you are fortunate enough to be in Sedona and the Oak Creek area when a larger amount drops you will be blessed with amazing spectacular views within the red rocks.
Sedona receives the most visitors in the spring and fall because of the perfect weather conditions of clear skies and comfortable daytime temperatures.
Sedona, Arizona, normally receives 20 inches of rain per year and a snowfall of 1 inches. Over the entire year, the most common forms of precipitation are thunderstorms, light rain, and moderate rain. The number of days in Sedona without any measurable precipitation is 60. Normally there is an average of 278 sunny days per year in Sedona, Arizona. The relative humidity typically ranges from 10% to 70% (humid) over the course of the year. The length of the day varies significantly over the course of the year. The shortest day is December 21 with just under 10 hours of daylight, to the longest day is June 20 with 14 1/2 hours of daylight.