Redwood Coast Climate

When you visit the Redwood Coast you’ll be pleasantly surprised by our mild, year-round climate. 

Coastal daytime temperatures range from the 50s in winter to the 60s in summer with occasional days in the 70s, although a greater range is found over inland areas.  

The Humboldt Bay area averages 38 inches of rain, mostly falling from November through March. But warm, sunny days can occur in any month. Summer days can be foggy, but a short drive inland will find sunshine and typical California heat. A Light jacket or raincoat is usually sufficient.

Click on the forecast button above to see what the average weather is for the dates you will be visiting.

 
RANGES for Humboldt County
 
Eureka /Humboldt Bay & North
HI
LO
AVG
RAIN  inches"
JAN
54
42
48
5.8
FEB
56
43
49
5.7
MAR
56
43
50
5.3
APR
57
45
51
3.1
MAY
59
48
53
1.6
JUN
61
50
56
0.5
JUL
63
52
57
0.1
AUG
63
53
58
0.4
SEP
63
51
57
0.9
OCT
61
48
54
2.6
NOV
57
43
50
5.9
DEC
55
42
48
6.1
 
 
 
 
 
Willow Creek-Inland
HI
LO
AVG
RAIN "
JAN
52
34
43
10.8
FEB
57
36
46
10.3
MAR
62
38
50
8.6
APR
69
39
54
4.1
MAY
78
43
60
2.3
JUN
86
49
67
0.7
JUL
94
52
73
0.2
AUG
94
51
73
0.4
SEP
87
47
67
1.1
OCT
74
42
58
3.4
NOV
56
38
48
8.7
DEC
50
35
42
9.7
 
 
 
 
 
Garberville-So. Humboldt Cty
HI
LO
AVG
RAIN "
JAN
54
35
45
9.1
FEB
59
37
48
7.5
MAR
62
38
51
6.1
APR
66
39
53
3.5
MAY
74
43
59
1.0
JUN
82
48
65
0.5
JUL
90
52
71
0.1
AUG
90
51
70
0.5
SEP
86
47
67
1.5
OCT
75
43
59
3.6
NOV
58
38
48
6.6
DEC
54
34
44
6.4
 
 
 
 
 

FIND LODGING

QUICK FACTS

  • Much of Humboldt County is a coastal forest. The rainy season is Oct - Apr.