Outer Banks Weather


Outer Banks Weather
Weather on the Outer Banks is amazing. It's beautiful almost all year-round, making it the perfect place to spend a vacation or just a weekend getaway. Learn more about the climate of the Outer Banks down below. 
The in-season describes summer. This is the time where the Outer Banks sees the most visitors all year and (usually) the warmest weather. With the temperature averaging in the low to mid 80's during this time of year, it's perfect for long days at the beach and pool!
The off-season brings the Outer Banks winter weather. Winters on the Banks are usually mild with temperatures averaging in the low to mid 50's. Rarely, we do see an inch or two snow and cold weather into the 30's. The Outer Banks in the winter is the polar opposite of summer. Most local businesses close down or shorten their hours. The beaches are empty and the high paced tempo of summer changes to a slower paced speed of winter relaxation. 
Spring and fall bring us the shoulder-season on the Outer Banks. It's not super busy, but a few visitors plan a spring vacation or a fall get away. Local businesses that closed in the winter begin to open up again and the weather starts to warm up significantly. The temperature is gorgeous between the high 70's during the day and low to mid 50's at night. 
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