Marana is part of a desert climate, with hot summers and relatively mild winters. When planning your trip, seasonal packing considerations are essential.
Spring (March to May)
The desert in bloom is quite a spring sight in Marana! Temperatures are comfortable, ranging from the 70s to the 80s°F (21-27°C). If you’re used to colder temperatures, shorts and t-shirts might be all you need along with a light jacket for the evenings. You may see locals bundled up, many of us get cold easily!
Summer (June to August)
Marana summers can be very warm and even hot, with highs often exceeding 100°F (38°C). Staying hydrated during summer is vital for travelers and residents alike. You will want to have water or easy access to water and refills throughout the summer days. If you plan to hike or participate in other outdoor activities, know your limits!
Fall (September to November)
Autumn ushers in more pleasant weather with temperature highs ranging in the 70’s to the 80’s°F (21-27°C). Dressing in layers is suggested during the fall, as temperatures can fluctuate significantly between daytime highs and nighttime lows.
Winter (December to February)
Weather during the winter in Marana may be milder than in other parts of the world, but it still gets chilly at night, and every once in a while, we’re even treated to a light snowfall! High temperatures range from the 50s to the 60s°F (10-21°C), and the lows can reach near freezing so the evenings may require a warmer jacket or a coat!