Fall Color Sedona Style!
The Cottages At CoffeePot
West Sedona Arizona
Fall color is generally very prevalent during the Thanksgiving Season. Sedona gets all 4 seasons. The big difference from other areas of the country is that the weather is milder during the Winter and Summer months.
Sedona gets “polite” snow. It does not overstay it’s welcome. Snow usually melts within a day. As for the color change, you can see it from mid October (Flagstaff area) through the third week of November (or later) in Sedona. For the entire year, we have had no more than 1 day with a high that did not get above freezing temps. Days below 40º, number 4-5 and less than 30 days are below 50º.
During the summer months – temps are usually in the low to mid 90’s and because humidity is very low even during monsoon, there is not much heat discomfort.
Sedona & northern Arizona brings many people from near and far to see the change of seasons. From the Aspen Groves in Flagstaff to the trees lining Oak Creek Canyon to the city area of Sedona, people get to experience northern Arizona fall color for many weeks.
Our temperatures are fairly mild during the day. This allows visitors a chance to enjoy the fall color for a longer period than other areas. It isn’t until around Thanksgiving that Sedona will experience sweater weather on a regular basis.
For at least the last three years, Autumn has been visible through out the area. While many other areas of the country have trees without leaves, Sedona is getting into the spirit of the holiday season!
See more Sedona weather facts at Ricks World Sedona
Contact Sheri Sperry for specific questions on any topic related to Sedona or the Verde Valley