Michael J., one of our long time Manzanita Beach Life reader, asks What is Cannon Beach Weather Like?
Manzanita Beach Life Answer:
Like the rest of the Oregon Coast, Cannon Beach weather is predictably ... non-predictable!
As with the whole Oregon Coast, Cannon Beach Weather can be a mixed bag. Some expect November to be gray and rainy, and July to be sunny but not too hot.
But as we tell our guests at our oceanfront Manzanita rentals, we've definitely experienced sunny, tee shirt weather during Thanksgiving vacation in November, and have spent summer days on the beach when we were wishing for palm trees! It was hot!
Like my parents before me, we taught our kids early that you never head for a vacation at the beach without some sort of rain gear, albeit heavier in the fall and winter and a lighter weight shell in the spring in summer.
After all, our Oregon Coast rain keeps our area green. So the best answer is
Expect some sort of rain or sprinkles, then be happily surprised with the great Cannon Beach weather!
In order to help you make the very best plans for your Cannon Beach vacation, we've created the following infographic for Oregon Coast vacationers and our Manzanita rental guests detailing monthly averages of Cannon Beach weather in order to help with your beach vacation planning:
Never fear - there's always lots to do at the Oregon Coast, regardless of the current Cannon Beach weather. In the coming weeks we'll write about seasonal things to do in Cannon Beach, or you can use the suggestions in the infographic, above.
From our Cannon Beach Weather infographic, you'll see why one of the best kept secret on the Oregon coast is this:
Manzanita Beach Life Insider Tip: September and October have, incredibly, some of the best weather in Cannon Beach, Oregon!
September has only slightly more days of rain than July and August, better high temperature averages averages and only slightly low temperature averages.
Cannon Beach weather in October follows closely behind with only slightly lower temperatures than June and similar rainfall patterns.
And don't forget, rain at the Oregon Coast doesn't necessary mean a torrential downfall. Rainfall in the Pacific Northwest trends lighter and steadier than other parts of the country.
We hope this helps you make the very best plans for your Oregon Coast vacation!
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