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The I-94 runs east-west through Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Summers are warm with temperatures in the 80s and 90s with a few days into the 100s on some years. Evenings can be cool. Average maximum: July is 87.1 degrees and August is 86.7 degrees. Average minimum: July 54.5 degrees and August is 52.4 degrees. Annual precipitation is 15 inches.
Winters are generally cold. Recommend layers of clothing, especially in spring and fall. Rain gear in spring. Hat for sun protection is needed in summer.
Summers are warm with average high temperatures in the 70s and 80s°F. Winters are cold with average lows in the single digits December through February. Wind is considerable year-round. Conditions can change quickly.
The park receives an average of 15 inches of precipitation per year; this includes an average of 30 inches of snow during winter months. Rains are infrequent, but a single storm can produce considerable precipitation. Travelers should be aware of the potential for violent thunderstorms in the summer and blizzard conditions in the winter.
Theodore Roosevelt National Park has a semi-arid climate. It hardly rains here.
The best time to visit Theodore Roosevelt National Park is May through September. In this period you have a warm temperature and almost no precipitation.
The park was established in 1978.
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