2018-2019 Long Range Weather Forecast for El Paso, TX

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See long range weather forecasts for the next 60 days from The Old Farmer’s Almanac! Our long range forecasts can be used to make more informed decisions about future plans that depend on the weather, from vacations and weddings to sporting events and outdoor activities.

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Note: Long range forecasts are regional, not city-specific.

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December 2018 Long Range Weather Forecast for Desert Southwest
DatesWeather Conditions
Dec 1-10Sunny, warm
Dec 11-20Scattered showers and flurries, cold
Dec 21-24Sunny; warm east, cool west
Dec 25-31Periods of rain and snow, cold
Decembertemperature 46° (2° below avg.)
precipitation 1" (0.5" above avg.)

January 2019 Long Range Weather Forecast for Desert Southwest
DatesWeather Conditions
Jan 1-4Rain and snow showers, cold
Jan 5-9Sunny, warmer
Jan 10-14Scattered showers, warm
Jan 15-23Isolated showers and flurries, cool
Jan 24-31Sunny, cold
Januarytemperature 47° (1° below avg.)
precipitation 0.3" (0.2" below avg.)

Annual Weather Summary
November 2018 to October 2019

Winter will be colder than normal, with above-normal precipitation. The coldest periods will be in mid- and late December, early and late January, and mid-February. Snowfall will be below normal in the east and above normal in other places that receive snow, with the snowiest periods in late December, early January, and mid-February. April and May will be warmer and slightly drier than normal. Summer will be slightly hotter than normal in most of the region, with slightly below-normal rainfall. The hottest periods will occur in much of June, mid-July, and early to mid-August. September and October will be rainier than normal, with near- or below-normal temperatures.

Map showing Old Farmer's Almanac long range weather region number 14

About the Desert Southwest Region

The Desert Southwest long range weather region includes all or part of the following states: ARIZONA (Glendale, Mesa, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tucson), CALIFORNIA (Brawley, Calexico, Coachella, El Centro, Indio), COLORADO (Cortez, Dolores, Durango, Mancos, Towaoc), NEVADA (Henderson, Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Pahrump, Winchester), NEW MEXICO (Albuquerque, Farmington, Las Cruces, Roswell, Santa Fe), TEXAS (El Paso, Fabens, Pecos, San Elizario, Socorro), UTAH (Aneth, Blanding, Bluff, Montezuma Creek, White Mesa).

Desert Southwest Neighboring Regions

Here are the regions that neighbor the Desert Southwest long range weather region:

Temperature and Precipitation November 2018 to October 2019

Temperature and Precipitation Chart, November 2018 to October 2019 for El Paso, TX

Reader Comments

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AZ sucks

I strongly beg to differ! I was born in Gallup N.M. close to the Arizona border. I was raised in Albuquerque but always loved driving west through Gallup toward Tucson. The Sonoran desert is gorgeous especially early morning and sunset. Saying "AZ sucks" because you don't like it is unfair. Two years is hardly time enough to form a solid opinion. The good news is you have a choice and if you believe AZ sucks you can choose to return to your home roots. Adios!

AZ sucks

i am a life-long resident of tucson, az. as a youth the heat didn't get to me as much; with age i have come to really have a problem with it, especially since our summers last so long. that being said, AZ doesn't suck. the sonoran desert is lush and beautiful with very diverse wild life and plant life. outside of the desert, our chaparrals and forests are also lovely. our geological formations are fantastic, our sunsets are breath taking and the night sky is fantastic for astronomical exploration. the cultural diversity is rich and extensive.
yes, our government is corrupt, overly conservative and moreover ineffective and wanting. and yes, we have a lot of poor residents. it is unfortunate that you've had a bad experience with people here but the main thing that keeps my husband and me in the southwest is the culture and those insolvent residents who have been so solid, friendly and generous. they may be underprivileged but share what they have.

Az

If you do not like the AZ and your from the Northwest you probably need to pack up and go home.

Weather summer

I have lived in Arizona since 1974...I can teĺl you this "summer" thus far, is mild...but much like the late 70's and 90's thru 2010..I guess what I am saying is, what goes 'round comes 'round. Wouldn't change the Sonoran desert for anything!

Weather Summer

AMEN!

Heat

Seattle:
Climate change.
I am looking at Seattle and New Zealand.
We had a fire when you were here, so happy the fire trucks were running.
We barely had any snow this winter and rain, what’s that?
Been here over 20 years and it’s getting worse each year.

Rain Dance.

Temps and Rain Vary from Year to Year

I have lived in Phoenix over 20 years and I am from the Midwest, so I thoroughly understand and appreciate the difference between the climates. I have noticed that most people who live in Phoenix regardless of where they are from think it is always getting hotter every year, which is not 100 percent correct. This June 2018 for the first time in several years has not yet hit over 120 as it has done past years. This year is different. I am thankful the temps have mostly stayed under 110. We actually even had a couple days in the upper 90s this June, which I don't recall happening in recent years. What I have noticed each month so far this year, there has been a week early or mid month where the temps spike up hotter than usual, then came back down about 10 or 20 degrees less. Alot of temp fluctuating every month. February had the most rain and some in early March but not since then. Often the Monsoon rains begin around beginning of July. I think the past couple years we had more rain between July through early September than in the Spring. Spring temps were later for the Midwest with snow through April, but here in Phoenix the temps ranged between low to mid 70s up to mid to high 80s through April and then jumped up to 90s and low 100s in May, which is common for that month. February had colder evening temps than usual due to the rain & December through January was warmer than usual, in the low to mid 70s mostly, which for most people is lovely weather! Yes it is hot and dry here in the summer because we live in a real desert climate, and there are many days over 100, but if you have a pool, it does help to feel cooler when outside. I prefer temps to go no higher than 105, because 110 plus is way too hot. Summer here is like winter elsewhere, in regards to staying inside more. In the summers, I mostly go out of my house in the evenings when it is not as hot. For many people, any temp over 90 or 100 is too hot, but it is rather amusing that after we have endured 100 plus heat for many months, we are very relieved and happy when it "cools" down to under 100!

Weather

I recently moved here from the Seattle area, and wow! It's so dry and hot out here so early in the year. Breaking records with heat and dryness seem to be the current problem, and seeing the signs on the freeway saying high danger from fires don't help. I've been visiting down here for the last three years and thought it might be a nice place to try up until now! I keep hearing fire trucks going by ....

hmm

Well then go back to Seattle :)

Arizona summer

You got a couple of nasty comments. Not all Arizona residents are nasty. It is very hot and dry here. It's common to leave your air-conditioned home, get in your air-conditioned car, go to the air-conditioned mall or grocery store and back to the car then home. Very early mornings have been nice so far but I know it won't last. Summer lasts about 6 months in Arizona.

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