Let’s face it… a trip to Fargo is not going to be as warm as a vacation on a tropical island.

Fargo ’s climate can be described as chilly, and even the summer months can be quite cool. However, with the proper clothing, a trip to Fargo can be exciting, fun and memorable.

The coldest month of the year in Fargo is January when the average daily temperature is just over zero degrees. The warmest month of the year is July when the average daily temperature reaches in the low seventies.

Anyone who has an aversion to extremely cold temperatures may want to plan their visit(s) to Fargo during the summer months. The winter months can see temperatures at night which can drop many degrees below zero.

Winter: The winter months may be cold, but the snow that falls during these months is perfect for outdoor sports such as snowmobiling, ice skating, and ice hockey.

Spring: During the spring season, some of the snow in Fargo begins to melt and the foliage begins to turn green. The outdoors becomes beautiful and colorful.

Summer: The temperatures during the summer can get hot, but they are usually cool and pleasant. The nights, however, are almost always somewhat chilly.

Fall: During the fall, the days can still be warm, but the nights gradually become colder and colder.