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The I-5 runs north-south about 65 miles east of Olympic National Park.
The best time to visit Olympic National Park is in July and August. In this period you have a pleasant temperature and almost no precipitation. The highest average temperature in Olympic National Park is 69°F in August and the lowest is 38°F in December.
Olympic National Park has a tundra climate. It is cold here all year round. The average annual temperature for Olympic National Park is 22° degrees and there is about 342 inch of rain in a year. It is dry for 141 days a year with an average humidity of 84% and an UV-index of 3.
During the year, the park's coast and rainforests average 100 to 140 inches of rain respectively. Most of that precipitation falls between November and April. In the lower elevations, temperatures are cool to mild, but sometimes dip below freezing. In the park's higher elevations, snow is abundant. For example, Hurricane Ridge averages 30 to 35 feet of snow and is open to weekend skiing when the weather permits. Rangers also lead snowshoe walks through Hurricane Ridge in the winter. However, all of these conditions create optimal circumstances for avalanches.
The park was established in 1938.
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