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Planning a Holiday to Auburn

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Being a melting pot of various festivals, cultures and events, Auburn dazzles all-year round and entices people to immerse into its celebrations. This colorful wave lures you to come out of the captivity of your monotonous life and switch yourself on to Auburn's celebration mode. Weather can never hamper your fun time if you give a little attention to when and how to plan your jaunt. And, to supply you with the weather details, and the list of significant festivals of Auburn, we have compiled an information-rich article. Scroll down and get acquainted with valuable details to plan your visit accordingly without facing any trouble.

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Spring Holidays in Auburn

From the third week of March, the entire city receives the driest air flowing around. The first week of March gives you a golden and pleasant chance to delve into gentle breeze. The period between March 25 and May 30 is believed to be the agreeable time to pop in the city due to low dew points. There are also very slim chances of thunderstorm occurrences during the last week of May.

Auburn Average Spring Temperatures

Auburn average high spring temperatures remain in low-70s and average low spring temperatures remain in mid-30s.

Clothes to pack

Half-sleeve shirts, t-shirts, tops
Shorts, skirts, Bermudas, capris
Floaters, sandals, low-floor shoes
Umbrella, hats, caps, scarves

Auburn Spring Festivals

AU Baseball vs. Texas A&M
Finish on the Fifty
Spring Forest Friends
Wine Walk About
35th Annual Easter Egg Hunt
Moms Tell The Truth
Easter Brunch
Dancing on the Edge
Jazz! Food! Art!
Auburn Football A-Day 2016

Summer Holidays in Auburn

July 19 is has been recorded the hottest day of the year; hence, it is advisable not to visit Auburn during third week of July if you really don't like a tanned skin. This week of July also brings thunderstorm with it. Hence, its completely your lookout whether you want to avoid all these weather hardships or not. The entire city remains dipped into humongous amount of humidity during the first week of August. Third week of August brings a great amount of relief with it in the form of light breeze wafting all around the city.

Auburn Average Summer Temperatures

Auburn average high summer temperatures remain in high-80s and average low summer temperatures remain in high-60s.

Clothes to pack

Half-sleeve shirts, t-shirts, tops
Shorts, skirts, Bermudas, capris
Floaters, sandals, low-floor shoes
Umbrella, hats, caps, scarves

Auburn Summer Festivals

"Out of the Box: A Juried Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition"
Jazz! Food! Art!
Face to Face: Artists’ Self-Portraits from the Collection of Jackye and Curtis Finch Jr.
Richard Quick Invitational
SummerNight Art Walk
64th Annual Opelika Freedom Celebration
Tri Chewacla Sprint
Nature Walk

Fall Holidays in Auburn

Second half of August may bring thunderstorm with it; however, the chances are really slim. The time period between September 20 and November 11 is believed to be comfortable to plan your visit to Auburn as weather hardly becomes obstacle in your journey here. The air remains neither too muggy nor too dry. If you don't want to let rain create any fuss during your vacations, then it would be wise to plan your holidays after second week of October. During this time, the sky remains cloud-free. October 12 is considered the clearest day of the year. The city witnesses the cloud formation commencing from the last week of November. Perhaps a good news for rain lovers!

Auburn Average Fall Temperatures

Auburn average high fall temperatures remain in mid-70s and average low fall temperatures remain in low-50s.

Clothes to pack

Full-sleeve shirts, t-shirts, tops
Jeans, pants, skirts, trousers
Thin layers, jackets, stoles
Shoes, heels
Umbrella, hats, caps, scarves

Auburn Fall Festivals

Nature Walk
Discovery Hike
Fall Family Weekend 2015
"Out of the Box: A Juried Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition"
Ag Roundup & Taste of Alabama
On The Tracks
Birds & Brews Social
Thanksgiving Brunch Buffet

Winter Holidays in Auburn

January 26 has been recorded as "the coldest day of the year". Hence, don't forget to carry all sorts of your  protection against chilly winds in order to keep yourself going and enjoying every bit of your time here in Auburn. During the first week of January, entire city remains immersed into incessant flow of rain. January 7 is considered the cloudiest day of the year. December 21 has been recorded as "the shortest day of the year".

Auburn Average Winter Temperatures

Auburn average high winter temperatures remain in high-50s and average low winter temperatures remain in high-30s.

Clothes to pack

Full-sleeve shirts, t-shirts, woolen tops
Jeans, pants, woolen trousers
Jackets, sweaters, hoods, pullovers, warmers, overcoats
Shoes, boots
Woolen socks
Gloves, mufflers, scarves, earmuffs, woolen caps
Umbrella, raincoat

Auburn Winter Festivals

Super 7 2016
Nature Walk
Discovery Hike
Alabama Oyster Social
Winter Festival
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