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Kennebunkport Weather

weatherWinter in Kennebunkport averages highs in the thirties and low temperatures in the low to mid-teens. The average rainfall during the winter months is 3.93 inches and snowfall is 54.1 inches. December has the most rainfall of the winter months with an average of 4.03 inches. January averages of over 20 inches of snow. Travelers need to be prepared for the wet and cold conditions during the winter months. Travelers need to be sure to dress in layers, pack jackets, gloves, hats and boots with tread to face the elements.

Spring in Kennebunkport is much milder. Average temperatures ranging between the low sixties down to the mid-twenties. Spring averages rainfall amounts between 4 and 4.5 inches. March is the snowiest month of spring, averaging over 16 ½ inches. April will bring minimal snow averaging at 3 1/2 inches, but has the greatest rainfall amounts (4.88 inches). Since spring brings wide ranging temperatures and moderate amounts of precipitation visitors should pack accordingly when visiting Kennebunkport. Visitors should consider packing light layers, a rain coat or other light weight jacket, an umbrella and shoes with traction.

The summer months in Kennebunkport are a great time of year for a visit. The average highs during the summer months range between the 76 and 51 degrees. Rainfall averages between 4 ¼ to 3 ½ inches. June is the wettest month of the season. When planning a visit during the summer visitors should dress for the warm daytime temperatures but might consider packing a light sweater and pants for the milder nights.

The fall brings more variety in terms of temperature and the possibility of precipitation. The temperatures average between 69 and 29 degrees. The fall months average 13 ½ inches of rain. Though snow is a possibility during the fall it is not likely. November is the coldest month. It also averages the most snow and rainfall during the fall season. During the fall months visitors should pack light layers to be comfortable in the mild day and night time temperatures.